Tourist & Museum Railways in
Farmrail Corporation EMD GP-10 #8272 Sauk & Fox
(rebuilt by Illinois Central Gulf from Detroit Toledo & Ironton
Railroad GP-9 #992)
with the Quartz Mountain Flyer excursion train passing Lake Altus.
- Bartlesville Oil Flyer occasional excursions
(typically several trips on one day each year) from Bartlesville
to either Dewey or Ochelata and return, on the tracks of South
Kansas & Oklahoma. Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Profits
from the trip partly fund the restoration of a steam locomotive
that mat be viewed at Bartlesville depot
- Heritage Express Trolley traditional style
trams (trolleys) connecting downtown El Reno with the Canadian County
Historical Museum at Heritage Park. Self powered reproduction vehicles
on specially laid track with some on street running. Operates
Wednesdays to Sundays, unclear whether this is year round or seasonal
(No website located at present)
- Oklahoma Railway Museum in Oklahoma City offers
train rides within the grounds of the museum. Standard gauge, usually
diesel hauled. Operates two Saturdays each month from April to August,
and at other times for special events
- Orr Family Farm has a miniature railway about
1 mile (1.6 km) in length. Operates Saturdays, April to December
- Quartz Mountain Flyer Quartz Mountain Resort to
Lone Wolf, about 10 miles (16 km) on the tracks of Farmrail Corporation.
Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Not operating during 2016 but may
resume in 2017.
- Railroad Museum of Oklahoma in Enid, operates
typically 2 excursions per year, the longest being about 38 miles
(61 km) from Enid to Okeene, on the tracks of Farmrail. Standard
gauge, diesel hauled with passengers travelling in cabooses.