All Aboard for the Danbury Railway Museum
The Tristate region is host to what seems to be an unusually large number of railroad enthusiasts. Certainly this area has plenty of railway history to offer on its own.
But for those who’ve tired of the local museums and exhibitions, the Danbury Railway Museum opened to the public over July 4 weekend and is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
Equipment on display includes the 1907 B&M steam engine, the Railway Post Office car, the RDC and a caboose.
All volunteers have been vaccinated and will wear masks; vaccinated visitors are asked to wear masks indoors and while riding in the train; others are asked to wear masks at all times.
The museum is located in the restored 1903 Danbury Station and rail yard at 120 White St. in Danbury, Conn. For more information, go to www.danburyrailwaymuseum.org, e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the museum at 203-778-8337.