Clamshell Railroad Driving Tour

Drive the railroad’s route!

For 41 years the Clamshell Railroad made thousands of trips along the historic North Beach Peninsula. But like so many other small railroads across the country, it struggled to survive as automobiles and trucking lines became more dominate forms of transportation. In 1930, the Clamshell Railroad made its last run.

Though the old tracks have been pulled up and the rolling stock sold, present day visitors to the Peninsula still enjoy retracting the route of the vintage train and recapturing a small piece of its history.

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