| Railroad museum|
| +1 310-326-6255|
| 2137 West 250th Street
2137 250th St, Lomita, CA 90717, USA
Open today · 10AM–5PMSunday10AM–5PMMondayClosedTuesdayClosedWednesdayClosedThursday10AM–5PMFriday10AM–5PMSaturday10AM–5PM
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The Lomita Railroad Museum is a museum in Lomita, California devoted to California railroad history during the steam era.
It was founded by Irene Lewis in the early 1960s on a single lot in the middle of a residential part of Lomita, and opened in 1966. The museum building is a replica of a 19th-century depot that once stood in Wakefield, Massachusetts, and there is a full size replica of a water tower. The museum grounds now function as a small public park.
Lomita Railroad Museum Wikipedia
The museum's collection includes:1902 Baldwin steam locomotive
Southern Pacific tender
1910 Union Pacific caboose
Santa Fe caboose
Union Pacific boxcar
Union Oil tank car