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Created 13-Aug-08
Modified 27-Jun-15
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Conneaut, Ohio, is a lovely small town (population around 12,500) with Lake Erie as a backdrop. The photos here were taken at the Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum just off State Route 20 in the downtown. It is located in the former New York Central depot, built in 1900. It's quite an interesting place -- admission is free, by the way -- not only because of the historical artifacts, but the real Engine 755 that was donated by the Nickel Plate Railroad. The hopper and caboose were donated by the Bessemer & Lake Erie, and the track was laid by volunteers from the Nickel Plate Railroad track crew.

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Keywords:Conneaut, Lake Erie, Ohio, depot, railroad, railroad museum, shoreline, train

Conneaut Historical Railroad MuseumInside the Engine