Perryville Railroad Museum Volunteer Was Talking Railroading Today

While in Western Cecil County this afternoon with Milt Diggins to check out a few historical traces from the antebellum period, we noticed the open flag flapping in the breeze at the Perryville Railroad Station Museum.

So we stopped in and had a pleasant tour of the exhibits jammed with railroad artifacts, photographs and memorabilia.  The guide on duty, Patrick Stetina knowledgably guided us through the 1906 station.  As we talked, several fast Amtrak passenger trains zipped by.

The usually hours for the museum are Sunday afternoons, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., so put it on your schedule some Sunday afternoon and learn lots more railroading in the County.

Thanks Pat for the tour.

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Patrick Stetina one of the Perryville Railroad Museum Volunteers

 

The Perryville Railroad Station was built in 1905

 

A fast Amtrak passenger train zips by the Perryville Station.

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2 responses to “Perryville Railroad Museum Volunteer Was Talking Railroading Today

  1. Pat has a long interest in the Pennsylvania Railroad. It is always interesting talk to him about it.

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