As of November 7, 2017, SCSRA has been officially dissolved.
The association's assets, including the two cabooses, and members now belong to the SCRPA, which runs the Fullerton Train Museum, usually open for tours on weekends (when weather permits) at Fullerton Amtrak Station.
This website remains as an archive of SCSRA's proud 33-year history of community service.
to the SCSRA website, which features activities of the Southern California
Scenic Railway Association, Inc., a nonprofit educational corporation dedicated
to promoting public appreciation of Southern California rail history
and rail safety. The SCSRA's current focus is assisting the
Railway Plaza Association (SCRPA), in their annual
Railroad Days event, as well as
their worthy long-range goal of operating a railroad museum,
in Fullerton, CA, which has produced the Fullerton Train Museum.
Be sure to drop by
and read the latest additions, such as The Seven Eras of Rapid Transit
Planning in Los Angeles by Robert P. Sechler. There's also plenty of
interesting reading in our newsletter archive.
At right, former SP Caboose 4049 shows off brand-new paint
at Fullerton Railroad Days 2016. Photo by Sue Kientz