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Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum

The former New York Central train depot, built in 1900, is the home of the Conneaut Railroad Museum. Besides rare items, such as an 1866 Stock Certificate of the Red River Line (NYC) and relics from the Ashtabula Bridge Disaster of 1876 are large displays of lanterns, timetables, passes and old photos. Climb aboard the steam engine and caboose on exhibit. There are many other items that were used during the steam era which played a vital role in the building of our country. Located between Broad and Mill Streets on Depot Street. Hours: Memorial-Labor Day - Daily noon-5. Free, Donations accepted. Wheelchair accessible. Kid friendly.