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Interurban Car No. 25

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Annual Car No. 25 Open House

10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, August 10


Come see the beautifully restored Interurban Car No. 25 in person during this annual free event.


We’ll be offering free rides, featuring historic photos and personal recounts from actual Car No. 25 passengers when the trolley was in operation, kids activities and a walking tour of the historic interurban route.


Share YOUR stories at the open house! If you were a passenger when the train was in commission, or if you had a memorable experience visiting at an annual open house, we want to hear about it. We’ll be collecting stories for our historical records and we would love to hear from you.

Denver Federal Center - Gate 1
Building No. 78
Kipling and Alameda
Lakewood, CO 80225


Getting there:

Enter through Gate 1 off of Kipling Street, south of sixth Avenue. Continue straight on Main Street, turn right onto 7th Street and Car 25 is located on your left at Building 78.


NOTE: All adults need a government photo ID (i.e. driver’s license) to enter the Federal Center. Sorry, pets are not permitted.


HistoryCar 25 Conductor

Denver once had an extensive electric rail transit system that included over 250 miles of city tracks and 40 miles of high-speed interurban railcars connecting Denver with Golden and Boulder. Thousands of riders used the system to visit downtown Denver and its venues for shopping, going to work and school, seeing friends, and for recreation. Rich in local history, Car No. 25 was built by Denver’s own Woeber Carriage Company and placed into service on February 17, 1911. Car No. 25 was one of seven cars that provided passenger service on the Denver & Intermountain Interurban’s 13-mile Denver-Lakewood-Golden line from 1911 to 1950. With the proliferation of the automobile and a new bus system, rail transit service was abandoned in 1950.

Beginning in 1988, the Rocky Mountain Railroad Club Historical Foundation embarked on a 22 year restoration project, involving 500+ donors, and 96 volunteers contributing 24,000 hours toward the restoration of Car No. 25. No. 25 is the last remaining, completely intact, electric railway car that once served the Denver area. As an exquisitely restored piece of history, Car No. 25 is listed on both the State Register of Historic Properties and the National Register of Historic Places. Car No. 25 is currently stored at the Denver Federal Center with limited public access.

Come see the beautifully restored car in person!


If you have accessibility needs, please contact us at least 48 hours in advance so that we can do our best to make the proper accommodations.