Eastern Shore Railway Museum
The Eastern Shore Railway Museum allows you to step back to 1906, when the New York, Philadelphia, and Norfolk (later Pennsylvania) Railroad Station served passengers as they traveled by train.
As you arrive at the station, you will see rail cars lined up on the tracks, the original guard shanty and an 1890's maintenance tool shed. Seven rail cars (some of which are included in the tour) are in different stages of restoration. Inside the station, you will find artifacts from many railroads on the Delmarva Peninsula since the mid-1800's. A gift shop is also housed in the museum.
Open Wednesday - Saturday. Admission by donation.
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