An Educational Journey into the History of Railroads in Southern California
The first train museum in Orange County displays our collection of five vintage railcars. Open for free guided tours from 9 a.m. to noon on the first and third Saturdays of each month, at the east end of the Fullerton Train Station.Learn More
May 6-7, 2017
Sights, sounds and activities for the public to see firsthand what railroading is all about. A truly family-oriented event presented since 1999, the weekend attracts more than 30,000 people. Railroad Days 2017 is scheduled the weekend of May 6 & 7 at the Fullerton Train Station.Learn More
This is our opportunity to work with local schools to teach young students about the dangers of being around trains. Through classroom participation and the organization of a poster exhibit, SCRPA supplements the work of the Operation Life Saver programs sponsored by the nation’s railroads.Learn More
The Southern California Railway Plaza Association, Inc., or SCRPA, is a volunteer organization focused on the promotion of train-related educational programs for our youth, plus activities and exhibits for people of all ages – dedicated to the preservation of the rail heritage of Southern California.
SCRPA (formerly FRPA) is administered by a Board of Directors that includes people knowledgeable in railroad operations, organization administration, public affairs, nonprofit organizations and various technical specialties.
Our mission is to provide a historical insight into the numerous contributions that railroads have made to the development and growth of our region from the 19th century onward.
SCRPA’s ultimate goal is the creation of a premier destination attraction to present the spirit of the Southland through this railroad heritage.