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Eastern Shore Railway Museum [VA]

"What You’ll Find at the Museum:
* 1906 New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk (later Pennsylvania) Railroad passenger station
* 1890's maintenance-of-way tool shed full of tools and other railway artifacts
* Turn-of-the-century crossing guard shanty
* Railcars lined up on the Museum's sidings
* Picnic tables and a pavilion for family reunions
* Artifacts from the many railroads that have operated on the Delmarva peninsula since the mid-1800's"

 
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