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A delightful museum just off the beaten path! Built in 1886, (active until the early 1990's) it was a main hub of transportation for the island - exporting (amongst other things) oysters, lumber, and even Alexander Graham Bell and his family, as they made their...More
The Orangedale Station is a unique structure built by the Intercolonial Railway. It is on a rail line that was active until a few years ago. There is a museum building, two floors of the station as well as a number of pieces of rolling...More
Great place to wander around, go inside the trains (everything is extremely well preserved) and learn about the local history. Very friendly staff and you have the freedom to walk around the property on your own. Community feel.
Suitable for any ages - from young...More
What a surprise this was! This museum is a combination of the restored station and station master's residence along with a decent amount of railroad equipment.
Unlike a lot of other RR museums here you can actually go into old cars, snow plows, etc. to...More
Great spot - the history is so cool! The drive to get to the Orangedale Railway Station Museum is also neat - lots of great things to see along the way and great views! Worth the drive out there for a spectacular look at Railway...More
Not everyone is interested in railroads, but this is worth a visit. Throwback to the early days of travelling the rails. Visit the station - as it was in the early 50's when the stationmaster lived and worked there. Visit 4 railway cars and then...More