A Visitor Center for the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad

by Jennifer Rae Kinyak on February 5, 2009

in Exhibit Design & Development

1338665971_a27504220a_bThe Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is a historic narrow-gauge railroad that zigzags for 64 miles back and forth over the New Mexico/Colorado border. Its mountainous path means it's one of the great feats of railroad engineering, and the passion of the people who keep it running means that it's a 64-mile-long time machine, a working railroad now, just like it always has been. It's an adventure, it's beautiful, it's historic, and it's still an integral part of the communities it operates in. While working as a designer for Andrew Merriell & Associates, I had the good luck to get to work on initial planning and concepts for the C&TSRR's new visitor center, and now at Storyteller's Workshop, I will be continuing on as an exhibit developer with Andy and the Friends of the C&TSRR.

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