Railroads in Pennsylvania's Great Lakes Region PA

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  • Oil Creek & Titusville Road Titusville, PA 16354
    814-676-1733
    Everyone and all scales are welcome.  Come spend a day looking for those hard to find trains and accessories for your lay-out.  Just starting out?  This is a great time to ask the experts or just...
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  • 409 South Perry Street Titusville, PA 16354
    814-676-1733
    Saturday, August 17, 2013 - 9:30AM Travel through history to find today's treasures! Ride the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad through the "Valley That Changed the World," where evidence of the...
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  • 314 Main St. Greenville, PA 16125-2615
    724-588-4009
    The Greenville Railroad Park and Museum preserves artifacts and historical documents about the railroads. Kids will love climbing aboard a real train.
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  • 522 E. Main St. Girard, PA 16417-1713
    814-774-3653
    Featuring an Underground Railroad exhibit and a Dan Rice memorabilia display.
  • PO Box 571 North East, PA 16428-0571
    814-725-1911
  • 31 Wall St. North East, PA 16428
    814-725-1911
    Lake Shore Railway Museum is located on the property of the former Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway (later New York Central), the primary transportation hub for the borough of North East....
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  • Center St. Corry, PA 16407
    716-532-5716
    The New York and Lake Erie Railroad offers three-hour rail trips through scenic country. Enjoy a ride on the rails!
  • 409 South Perry Street Titusville, PA 16354
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  • 409 S. Perry St. Titusville, PA 16354-2159
    814-676-1733
    Historic train ride through world's 1st oil field. Enjoy working railway post office car, open car, taped commentary, tour guides, wildlife, fall foliage, and see Titusville, Drake Well, Petroleum...
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  • 409 South Perry Street Titusville, PA 16354
    814-676-1733
    In June, you can ride thorugh "the valley that changed the world," the three-hour train ride through the Oil Creek Valley, every Satrday and Sunday. 
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