The Toy Train Depot was filled with model trains of all types and sizes. Lots of displays showed different makers, scales, and eras. A guide enthusiast took me around and explained everything; very knowledgeable.
Walls and cases of model trains everywhere; big, small, tiny, below, behind, and above. There were several set-ups representing real railways in the region with plenty of detail in the village layouts; and multiple trains all running on time.
There were also some life size train gear, photographs, and history of railroading in the region. You could even buy a ticket to ride the miniature train that runs around the property. And of course, a gift shop.
If you are a toy train lover, don’t miss this small museum packed with samples you can get up close to see. Housed in an historic train depot, it’s a real treasure!
Camp: Oliver Lee Memorial SP drycamp
Scene: Museum, model trains