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Needs TLC

Nicely done small collection but very in need of some maintenance. The caboose desperately needs a... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
Goodyear, Arizona
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Great place for young children

There are a couple of rail cars to climb on and explore. There is a railway station that can be... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2017
Peggy J
Fort Erie, Canada
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22 Jun 2017
“Needs TLC”
14 Mar 2017
“Great place for young children”
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400 Central Avenue | L2a 2l4, Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 22 June 2017 via mobile

Nicely done small collection but very in need of some maintenance. The caboose desperately needs a coat of paint simply to protect the exposed plywood sheathing. A coat of paint would make the locomotive far more attractive. It currently looks like it's waiting for the...More

1  Thank JosephInAz
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

There are a couple of rail cars to climb on and explore. There is a railway station that can be explored also. It might be interesting for older children and adults. There is old equipment that was used at the time to look at. It...More

Thank Peggy J
Reviewed 7 January 2017

This is a museum of the past. There used to be a train station here with spores, but all that is left is a train with a wagon, the house of the one taking care of trains and the train station. I was able to...More

Thank Robby G C
Reviewed 3 October 2016

The Fort Erie Historical Railroad Museum might be small, but don't be fooled by it's size. This little museum packs in a huge assortment of Railroad memorabilia from the Old Steam Engine days. Come and take a look at the Old 6218. One of the...More

2  Thank Rayomand M
Reviewed 25 August 2016

Lots of information we enjoyed looking at the train and going into station and looking at the history of Fort Erie and Crystal Beach.

Thank Sarah W
Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

This museum consists of a locomotive train and a carriage which you can board to see the inside. There is also a station where they include a few archival photographs, an old telephone and some other antiquities. It's great for a few pictures next to...More

Thank Roadster8
Reviewed 21 October 2015

This small museum offers a great deal of history about railway transportation, particularly in the Fort Erie area. This area supported at least two "lines" I was totally unaware of. The museum "office" is in a unique, compact and very narrow railway station that originally...More

1  Thank Wayne B
Reviewed 28 September 2015

One of the more interesting places to see in Fort Erie. There's not much to see in downtown Fort Erie, this nicely preserved train station and train display is not far from downtown Fort Erie, and worth a stop if you are in the area.

Thank Philosophyguru
Reviewed 15 September 2015

This museum is located in a small park area in fort erie, not far from the u.s. border. It consists of a enormous 4-10-4 steam locomotive that was in use until 1973 and a caboose with its original fixtures. There are also a couple of...More

Thank JHinnecke
Reviewed 31 July 2015

We stopped at this little museum and were pleasantly surprised we could get onto the train to take a look inside. The kids loved that! The location also has the train stop that used to be in operation in Ridgeway, helping preserve local history. The...More

Thank Expat-in-America
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