Built in 1969 by the International Car Company of Kent, OH for the Norfolk & Western Railway, the car was used in continuous service up until the time it was donated to the museum in March of 1990. This was the Museum's first donated piece of equipment.
RF&P #905 was built in May of 1973 by International Car Company in Buffalo, NY for the Richmond Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad. This caboose saw service on many of RF&P’s freights between Richmond, VA and Potomac Yard in Alexandria, VA.
Built in 1928 by the PRR as number 9325, it was renumbered #7533 when Penn Central acquired it. The museum received the car through a donation made by Conrail in late 1990, when the car was in storage at Wilmington, DE.
Built in Nov. 1964 for FGE by the Pennsylvania Railroad's car shops in Holidaysburg, PA, the X-58 was the largest class of boxcars built by the PRR. It saw service through Penn Central, Conrail, and CSX The car was renumbered during its time on Conrail to 363983, and under CSX to NYC 363983.
Come in an take a break from the outside weather and enjoy one room full of unique and interesting items on display that have been donated to us over the years. After viewing them, head on over to the next room and enjoy operating layouts in HO, O, and N scale.
Built as an Eagle Scout Project, this passenger shed is representative of what you would find track-side on the RF&P 50+ years ago, mostly used for 'Flag Stops'. You'll catch our Little Yellow Train departing Deep Run Station roughly every hour (weather permitting).