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Tourist Railroads and Museums USA : Northeast USA : New York

Tourist railroads, museums and other railroad related attractions in the state of New York.

There are 36 links in this category

New York - Grand Central Terminal
New York, NY - The revitalized Grand Central. It combines the romance of train travel, the history of a magnificent terminal building from a bygone time, a destination for superb restaurants, and convenience of outstanding retail shops. It's unlike any other New York attraction right in the heart of midtown. (Ok, so it's not a tourist railway or museum, it is a definite must see for railroad enthusiasts...)
Info: URL: http://www.grandcentralterminal.com (Added: 12-Oct-2001)
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New York - Hornell Erie Depot Museum
Hornell, NY - Located in the former Erie Railroad Depot on Loder Street, the Hornell Erie Depot Museum opened for business in March 2006. Display coordinator and City Historian, Collette Cornish, and City Planner Heather Reynolds have assembled, catalogued, and organized more than 700 artifacts donated or loaned to the museum. The focus of the museum is Erie Railroad memorabilia, with the emphasis on the Erie's history as well as the people who made it historic.
Info: URL: http://www.hornellny.us/museum.htm (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New York - Hyde Park Station
Hyde Park, NY - The last regularly-scheduled New York Central passenger train stopped there in 1958. Subsequently the outer two tracks of the four-track "Water Level Route" were removed, and the entrances to the tunnel passage serving the southbound platform were boarded over.

The station, freight house and property was sold to the Town of Hyde Park by the New York Central Railroad. The station was badly vandalized and slated for demolition when the HUDSON VALLEY RAILROAD SOCIETY signed a lease for the building with the town in 1975.

Inside the Station you will find displays depicting the area's railroading past, running models trains, and knowledgable railroad enthusiasts who can answer your questions about the great "Iron Horse".

Info: URL: http://www.hydeparkstation.com/hps.html (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New York - Leatherstocking Railway Historical Society Index
Cooperstown, NY - Cooperstown and Charlotte Valley. Ride into history and beautiful scenery. Built in 1869, visitors can experience what was once the primary form of transportation throughout the country rail travel. Special train rides throughout the year.
Info: URL: http://www.lrhs.com (Added: 01-Jul-1999)
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New York - LVRHS Station Museum
Shortsville, NY - The Lehigh Valley Railroad Historical Society Station Museum is housed inside a wooden New York Central Railroad freight station located along the old "Auburn Road" line in Shortsville, New York. The freight station was built around 1900 and was used as a church and a machine shop before the Society purchased it in October 2001. Many volunteer hours have been spent on developing the current displays of railroad artifacts at the museum. Thanks to those who have donated items for our museum.
Info: URL: http://lvrrhs.org/museum/index.htm (Added: 1-Nov-2016)
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New York - Martisco Station Museum
Marcellus, NY - Martisco Museum is a restored former New York Central Railroad station listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a two story Victorian brick structure constructed in 1870. The first floor is reminiscent of a small town railroad station. The second floor contains many railroad exhibits. The station is located on the Finger Lakes Railway, formerly the Auburn branch of the New York Central.
Info: URL: http://www.cnynrhs.org/Martisco.html (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New York - Medina Railroad Museum
Medina, NY - Train rides include Fall Foliage Trips, Wine Trains and the Polar Express Train.

Your Train Ticket also allows entry into our huge Train Museum. Our museum is filled with railroad artifacts, has one of the biggest model-train layouts in the country, and features fun train excursions all year round.

Info: URL: http://www.medinarailroad.com/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New York - Mt. Beacon Incline Railway Restoration Society
The Mt. Beacon Incline Railway once climbed 1,500 feet sharply up historic Mt. Beacon, and thrilled its passengers to spectacular views of the Hudson River Valley in the Hudson Highlands (where many of the great Hudson River artists were inspired). Located in Beacon New York, 60 miles north of New York City, it delighted thousands of people for over seventy five years until it was tragically destroyed by fire in 1983.

Entering into our fifth year of operation, the Incline Society is comprised of volunteers working to restore the railway. We are registered with the New York State Department of Education as a not-for-profit Historical Society

Info: URL: http://www.inclinerailway.org/ (Added: 23-Jan-2002)
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New York - MTA New York Transit Museum
Brooklyn Heights, NY - On July 4, 1976, the New York City Transit Exhibit opened to the public in a decommissioned subway station built in 1936. The exhibit, installed throughout the old Court Street subway station in Brooklyn Heights, was a celebration of America's Bicentennial as well as the role that public transportation played in the nation's development. This temporary exhibition proved so popular that it was never dismantled. Instead, it formed the sturdy foundation on which the New York Transit Museum was established.

Explore vintage subway cars, turnstiles, and other artifacts that tell the story of our public transportation systems, past and present.

Info: URL: http://www.nytransitmuseum.org/ (Added: 28-Jun-1999)
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New York - Napanoch Depot Restoration Project
Napanoch, NY - Displays tell the history of the Station, its relationship to the E & K Branch of the O & W, its relationship to the D & H Canal, its relationship to Eastern New York Correctional Facility, and its relationship to the surrounding community. ADMISSION IS FREE.
Info: URL: http://nyow.org/Articles/Napanoch/napanoch.html (Added: 1-Nov-2016)
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