The Park was started in 1985 by a group of volunteers interested in preserving and promoting Greenville’s railroad history. The property was donated by Mr. Marc Rinella. The Bessemer Railroad donated the 1936 steam engine, an iron ore car and caboose #1985. Over the next few years a group of very dedicated volunteers built the museum building, the operator’s office/gift shop, the speeder shed, the maintenance shed and completely landscaped the grounds. Along the way another caboose was donated by the UP Railroad, a flat car came from Cooper Bessemer, and the W&LE caboose arrived from Norfolk Southern.
The Park would not exist were it not for the hundreds of volunteers who gave their time and money over the years to make it all possible. To all of them and the over 180 members we have today, we say a heartfelt
We are OPENING for 2021!
Hours of Operation
MAY - Open Saturday & Sunday
JUNE- open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1:00 until 5:00. July - we expect to also be open on Wednesday 1 to 5.
314 Main Street
The Park offers a caboose and flat car for party rentals. The flat car is under roof and has picnic tables. We have many enthusiastic children’s birthday parties here each year.
Come experience all the history found at our hands on train park! Sit in the engine and ring the bell! Then come inside to look at history by visiting the exhibits at the our Railroad Park Museum!
We have many great items available for purchase in our gift shop. Stop in and pick up something to remember your time at the Railroad Park!
The Park offers a caboose and flat car for party rentals. The flat car is under roof and has picnic tables. We have many enthusiastic children’s birthday parties here each year. The cost for 2 hours is $30. Bring your own food and decorations.
To arrange for a party call -
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