Fun Stuff San Timoteo Canyon - The town of Beaumont marks the begining of the canyon so it is also referred to as Beaumont Hill and is one of Union Pacific’s busiest main lines.                                                                                                Travel Town - Located in Griffith Park this unique museum is host to historic                                                 locomotives and rolling stock that all had to be brought in by truck.                                                    Los Angeles Live Steamers -  Located right next to Travel Town, this could   probably be considered the ultimate model railroad layout.   http://www.lals.org/   Norton Simon Museum - One of the largest private art collections in the world. Old Town Pasadena - Featuring an eclectic selection of shops, cafes and restaurants this section of town is well worth investigating.                                                       Fillmore and Western Railway - Located in the picturesque Santa Clara River Valley the                                                vintage equipment found here will take you back to the heyday of railroading.                                                Tehachapi - The shared Union Pacific and BNSF line from Mojave to Bakersfield is one   of the most spectacular places to see mainline railroading in action.   Cajon Pass - The busiest rail line in Southern California, Cajon Pass encompasses the territory from San Bernardino to Barstow. Updated August 20, 2013 Click on a name for more details Pacific Southwest Railway Museum  - The PSRMA is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of railroads as they existed in the Pacific Southwest. San Diego Model Railroad Museum - At 27,000 sq. ft., the museum is one the largest indoor model railroad displays in the world. Click on the link below to get to the list of fun stuff for the women Fun Stuff for the Women California Oil Museum - From fossils to fill 'er up, the California Oil Museum tells the story of the black bonanza that created wealth, work, and prosperity for generations of Californians.