Gold Coast Railroad Museum

12450 SW 152nd St.
Miami, FL 33177
305-253-0063
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It's rather horrifying to imagine that many younger generations may not know what a real train is — particularly those growing up in Miami. But the Gold Coast Railroad Museum is keeping the legacy alive. There are lots of rarities on site at this unique spot, from Roosevelt's presidential locomotive to a rescue train that helped victims of the 1935 hurricane. They've got working trains on site, too, so you can check out the cab of a locomotive or cruise in a caboose. It's like no place else, and a rare glimpse at the American locomotive legacy.

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