Project Gallery Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad at Philips Maine. Monson #3 under steam and another NGPF project helping two-foot narrow gauge.Southern Pacific Narrow Gauge engine #18 under steam for the first time in 60 years at Laws California. The NGPF contributed toward its restoration and paid for its transportation for its first operating session following its restoration. The NGPF also funded a needed announcement board to keep interested parties in formed of restoration efforts.Two foot boxcars being restored in Maine. The NGPF supports narrow gauge nationwide and supporting restoration of a two-foot gauge boxcar is but one of the projects we have supported over the years.The DSP&P stone roundhouse and yards have long been a visible reminder of Colorado’s narrow gauge past. Now with a dedicated group of volunteers and a grant from the NGPF, the former DSP&P/C&S yards and facilities are being restored. This is another current NGPF project with much progress having been made in 2017. Since this picture was taken, the turntable has been restored and former Klondike Mines #4 steam locomotive has been obtained as track is re-laid. No doubt the NGPF will play a continuing role in the restoration of facilities here.Ex-D&RGW C-18 2-8-0 #315 now operating special excursions on the C&TS. The NGPF was a major contributor to its restoration ten years agoThe late Darryl Townsend was an award winning builder of ½” scale locomotives and rolling stock. The NGPF was generously given many of his best pieces including this wonderful scratch-built model of D&RGW C-21 #361. Another example of some of the narrow gauge models being preserved by the NGPF.The NGPF also preserves significant narrow gauge models. Pictured is part of the On3 Doc Aiken collection, a wonderful collection of equipment meticulously detailed after individual prototypes. Hopefully, some of these and other models will be on display in 2019 at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden Colorado.Board Member Sam Furukawa explains the diorama to a fascinated New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez on her visit to the C&TS on Opening Day, some years back. She and her husband spent longer than planned at the Center, fascinated by the videos and diorama.The diorama in its entirety. Originally constructed by PBL as a sales tool, the diorama proved very popular for years at Train Shows and Narrow Gauge Conventions. PBL generously donated it to the NGPF. It has been relocated to a new Welcome center at the Chama highway welcome centerThe Ardenwood California Car Barn at the site of the Carter Brothers car shops. This is where the South Pacific Coast Narrow Gauge once served this 19th century car-building firm. The NGPF was a major source of funding for this car barn where rare wood-bodied Carter Brothers rolling stock can be preserved and restored.