HIGHBALL TOWARDS RAILROAD PASS!

WHO WE ARE

The Train Crew of the Friends of Nevada Southern Railway are the lifeblood of all operations at the museums. Every conductor, engineer and car attendent are part of the volunteer program, and no locomotive would move without the dedication of our volunteers! They are the public’s insight to the history of the railway, and tie the entire experience of our museum together! Even with only a volunteer crew, all facets of rail operation are done to FRA standards.

If your interested in joining the Train Crew, one will start off at the position of Car Attendent. Train Crew must be trained for each position, each with varying requirements, time commitments, and review by the training committee. You can find a list of the stepping ladder on the right hand side. Typical volunteers find they can earn their engineer’s license within three years of volunteering.

Ready to join? Click here to learn how to join the FNSR!

CREW QUALIFICATION

LADDER

Car Attendent (16 Years or Older)

Ol’ 97 Operator (Not Required, 21 Years or Older)

Rear Brakeman (21 Years or Older)

Conductor

Head Brakeman

Engineer (Driver’s License Required)