New York Museum of Transportation
Located in the town of Rush, the New York Museum of Transportation is a new museum with great plans. Currently, the museum consists of one large building which contains less than 10 railway cars, an annex with a large model railway layout and a couple of cars and trucks, and some outside exhibits.
Open only on Sundays, the highlight of a visit is a ride on a track car to the neighboring Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad Museum. At the end of the 15-minute ride are a restored country depot (Industry, New York) and several railcars--a Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Railroad (DLWR) Baggage and Express Car #2078, a DLWR Multiple Unit Power Car # 2628, and a private Pullman from the 1950s.
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