Join resident paranormal observer and Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad museum curator Jeff Ellingson, as he guides you on a fascinating walking tour of some of the most haunted locations at the railroad. As you are guided across the railyard past the roundhouse, the warehouse, the box cars and the museum, you will learn about the rich history of each… and where poltergeists are whispered to appear on nights such as these!
All of these structures have a story to tell- the tracks, the buildings and the landscape. Many mysterious happenings have occurred here over the 140 year history of the railroad. While you may pause to snap a photo of a train or railroad structure, be aware that you might not be alone! For as storied and as old as these structures may be, more than a few are thought to be haunted by the specters of days long ago…haunted by the ghosts of Durango’s past!
Photo above taken by museum concert attendee featuring ghost musician (2nd from right).
Whether you’re keen on hearing the many supernatural stories that abound here or are just interested in learning about the history and mystery of the railroad on these tours, join us for a fascinating look and rarely seen side of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad!
Special Considerations: These tours are intended for mature (18+) audiences only although younger guests are welcome when accompanied by an adult. Closed toe and closed back shoes are required on this tour. Participants will be walking about a mile over gravel and uneven terrain.
September 21 (full moon)
October 20 (full moon)
October 31 (Halloween)
Ghost Crawl Itinerary: Tour begins at the train depot and then proceeds across the railroad grounds to the Warehouse, Box Cars, Car Shop, Turntable, Roundhouse, and ends at the Museum. Guests are then escorted back to the depot.
25 guest maximum
*Ghost Crawls are for mature audiences 18+ ( under 18 welcome when accompanied by an adult).