Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum

Description

This charming railroad museum occupies the old New York Central Depot, built in 1900. You can tour a caboose and locomotive that originally came from the Nickel Plate Railroad and the Bessemer & Lake Erie Line. Telegraphy equipment, railroad lanterns, old railroad stock certificates, and various scale model railroads round out the collection. It's open weekends during the summer from noon to 5 PM. It's just off OH 20 on Depot Street in Conneaut. Admission is free; donations are accepted.

Address

363 Depot St.
Conneaut, OH 44030

Lat/Long

41.94934000, -80.55894000
Visit Website
(440) 599-7878

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