Engine No. 9 was one of a pioneering set of locomotives that used narrow-gauge rail to navigate the high and dangerous mountain terrain of Colorado. A true icon of railroad heritage, Engine No. 9, represents the life-blood that enabled Colorado mining communities to survive and thrive in the late 1800s and early 1900s. At that time, massive rotary snowplow machines with giant snow-blowing blades were used to clear snow from the railroad tracks. Today you can see Engine No. 9 near the original High Line track that came into Breckenridge from Boreas Pass, a restored rotary - one of only five known narrow-gauge rotaries still in existence - as well as a boxcar diorama display, and newly-added replica C&S caboose and flatcar exhibit.
The interpretive exhibits including the train engine, rotary snowplow, boxcar, and flatcar are outdoors and on display year-round.
The High Line Railroad Park Museum is typically open June-September.
Tuesday through Sunday; 11am - 4pm (Rain or Shine!)
Saturdays & Sundays; 11am - 3pm (Rain or Shine!)
FREE, $5 Suggested Donation
189 Boreas Pass Road, Breckenridge, CO
From the Breckenridge Welcome Center (203 South Main Street), travel south on Main Street and turn left on Boreas Pass Road. The Railroad Park is on the right. Parking is available at the Ice Rink just past the Railroad Park.