Just to the South of the train platform are the FNSR "Live Steamers." This is a 7.5" gauge 1.5" scale operating railroad. It's called "live steamers" because they operate real steam engines - not models - at a scale of 1½" equals 1 foot on a standard gauge train.
They have over 2000 feet of track laid, with more coming. Free rides are provided on public "run" days, which are currently the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month (except January, July & August). Some days diesel replicas are substituted for the steam engines.
The model railroad car on the station platform, a 1914 UP Chair Car, with the interior reworked to include 2 model railroads and displays. The operating schedule for weekends depends on volunteer availability, but generally is open on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year. Call the museum 702-486-5952 for further information.