Greenville Railroad Park and Museum

314 Main Street, Greenville, Pennsylvania 16125 | (724) 588–4009
1 Review
Type: Museums & Monuments
Ages: Ages 3 — adult
Cost: Free
Hours of operation: Open Tuesday through Sunday 1:00 to 5:00 P.M. -Summer Months

Parked along Main Street in Greenville is a locomotive ready to roll. This small train also has an ore car produced locally by the former Greenville Steel Car (now Trinity Industries). And bringing up the rear is everyone's favorite the caboose. Visitors can walk up to the train and feel for themselves the size and power of the so-called "Iron Horse".  Inside the Railroad Park Museum, visitors will find various artifacts and historical information about railroads. There is an old switching control board, complete with an antique typewriter.


1 Review for Greenville Railroad Park and Museum

December 23 2010
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"Fun with the Family"

Here your kids can climb aboard the largest steam switch engine ever built in theUnited States. There are also railroad cars, a 1914 Empire automobile, and the world’s first parachute on display.

 
 

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