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Total railroad museums in NEW_YORK: 13 Displaying 10 museums per page.
Alco Historical & Technical Society
Address: P.O. Box 5942, Albany, NEW_YORK, 12205 USA. Tel.: 518-458-1819 Toll Free:
We are developing plans to acquire buildings at the Alco Plant site to create a museum of the history of the American locomotive Company in Schenectady, NY.
Hits: 1121 Ratings: 1.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 26-Jun-2009

Empire State Railway Museum
Address: Station Rd., Phoenicia, NEW_YORK, 12464 USA. Tel.: 845-688-7501 Toll Free:
ESRM is dedicated to bringing alive the history of these railroads, their people and the towns they served, to the residents and visitors of the Catskill Mountains and the greater Hudson Valley. From the late 1800's through the 1940's the rugged steam locomotives of the Ulster & Delaware, Catskill Mountain Railroad, New York Central, New York Ontario & Western and Delaware & Northern climbed their steep and winding mountain grades bound for the grand hotels and humble boarding houses of the Catskills Mountains. They returned with lumber, bluestone, dairy and agricultural products of the region for transport to the New York City metropolitan area.
Hits: 5632 Ratings: 5.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 26-Nov-2002

New York Museum of Transportation
Address: P.O. Box 136, West Henrietta, NEW_YORK, 14586 USA. Tel.: N/A Toll Free:
The New York Museum of Transportation is a unique resource providing a wealth of historical information for students and hours of delight and education for visitors of all ages. Through our historic vehicles and photographs, track car rides and model railroad displays, research library and gift shop, the museum's dedicated volunteers honor our area's transportation history, bringing it to life for today's visitors and preserving it for the future.
Hits: 4433 Ratings: 3.50 Votes: 2 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

New York Transit Museum
Address: Boerum Place, Brooklyn, NEW_YORK, 11201 USA. Tel.: (718) 694-5100 Toll Free:
Moving London 1901 - 2001 presents a dramatic visual portrayal of the way transport has shaped the development of London over the last 100 years and the way in which American expertise has influenced this process. New York Transit Museum's Main Facility in Brooklyn Heights Closed for Renovation. Reopening in 2003. Planned renovations include enhanced climate control systems, new fire and safety installations, and improved lighting and electrical systems. There will be a new art gallery and a renovated lecture/media room.
Hits: 3385 Ratings: 8.00 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

Oswego Railroad Museum
Address: 56 west first street, oswego, NEW_YORK, 13126 USA. Tel.: 315-561-6863 Toll Free:
Oswego Railroad Museum is the only Model Railroad Museum in Oswego County NY. We have a Large operating 24ft x 36ft HO scale layout that represents oswego county in the 1920s and up. We also have a large assortment of railroad paraphenalia from the area as well as lanterns, signs, photos, tools, and even several crossing shanties that we are restoring. We are open every weekend from Memorial Day to Labor day noon to 5pm. Please go to are website for continous updates. You can also check our facebook page which is under construction or email us at oswrrmus999@aol.com
Hits: 1014 Ratings: 7.00 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 28-May-2010

Rail City Historical Museum
Address: 162 Stanley Drive, Sandy Creek, NEW_YORK, 13145 USA. Tel.: (315) 387-2932 Toll Free:
The Rail City Historical Museum is a museum of a museum. It houses a static display of thousands of steam-era railroad photographs and memorabilia from a multitude of railroads as well as the complete history of Rail City Museum during its construction and operation from 1952 to 1974. The museum is located in the former New York Central Railroad station from Deer River, NY. Built in 1873, it was one of many original railroad structures dismantled and reconstructed by Dr. Groman at the site of Rail City Museum.
Hits: 2754 Ratings: 4.20 Votes: 5 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

railroad historical society of northern new york
Address: p.o. box317, croghan, NEW_YORK, 13327 USA. Tel.: 3767944 Toll Free:
located in 1904 depot. we have a 1918 shay steam engine, 1898 combine car and an old fashioned wooden snowplow. model train set-up of 10 mile Lowvile Beaver River rail line. artifacts and records on display and available for research. hours of operation vary. call for appt.
Hits: 1 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 25-Jul-2013

Railroad Museum of Long Island
Address: 440 4 St., Greenport, NEW_YORK, 11944 USA. Tel.: 631-477-0439 Toll Free:
The Railroad Museum of Long Island is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of railroad history on Long Island. The Museum operates at two sites; The museum in Greenport, which houses the museum's collection of small artifacts, photographs and other bits of railroad history from Long Island and the Riverhead Restoration Site, where the restoration of the museum's rolling stock takes place.
Hits: 2737 Ratings: 4.50 Votes: 2 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum
Address: P.O. Box 23326, Rochester, NEW_YORK, 14692 USA. Tel.: (585) 533-1431 Toll Free:
The Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum is a project of the Rochester Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, Inc. The R&GV RR Museum currently rosters over 40 pieces of railroad rolling stock including seven serviceable diesel-electric locomotives, two steam locomotives which are currently under restoration to operating condition, six cabooses, seven freight cars, and several passenger cars amongst other railroad rolling stock. The museum also owns the last remaining Rochester Subway Car #60 which is currently undergoing a multi-year restoration to operating condition.
Hits: 2432 Ratings: 7.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Roscoe O&W Railway Museum
Address: 7 Railroad Avenue, PO Box 305, Roscoe, NEW_YORK, 12776 USA. Tel.: 607-498-4346 Toll Free:
The Roscoe O&W Railway Museum was established under the charter of the Ontario & Western Railway Historical Society in 1984 and was first housed in a former Erie Railroad caboose. In 1986 the museum board members approved the purchase of the Wood garage for the purpose of expansion. A new corporation, the Roscoe NYO&W Railway Association was formed to purchase, operate, and maintain the museum. In 2000, the University of the State of New York sent a new charter for the Roscoe O&W Railway Museum. The museum complex consists of the O&W refurbished caboose on the site of the Roscoe Station, the original trout weather vane and train signal, the Cooks Falls and Roscoe watchman's shanties, The Beaverkill Trout Car and the O&W station motif building. The museum now contains O&W artifacts and memorabilia, other railroadiana, and local history displays showing the impact of the O&W on community life, hunting, fishing, farming, tourism and local industries.
Hits: 0 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 17-Jul-2012


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