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ALL ABOARDFun and exciting transportation history!

The New York Museum of Transportation announces its Winter event schedule including slide talks and presentations on area trolley history, the Rochester Subway, the Can of Worms, the history of the telegraph and many other interesting topics. All events are on Sundays. They start at 1:00 pm in the museum gallery and are free with admission. See our Events page for details.

 

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Diesel Train with Cabooses

A diesel-powered train departs R&GV’s Industry Depot

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Upcoming Events

  1. NYMT – A Steam-Powered Journey on the B&O

    February 1 @ 11:00 am - 4:30 pm
  2. NYMT – A History of the Can of Worms

    February 8 @ 11:00 am - 4:30 pm

Find Us

Unless otherwise directed, all tours begin at the New York Museum of Transportation, 6393 East River Road, West Henrietta, NY. We are only a few miles from Exit 11 on I-390, and just 20 minutes from downtown Rochester.

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Hours

May 11 - October 26, 2014
Sundays 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.*

*Hours may be extended for special events. See Events for details. It is suggested you arrive by 3:00 p.m. to see and do everything at our museums.

(585) 533-1113

Winter Admission

Your ticket is good for admission to both the New York Museum of Transportation only during the winter months.

  • $5.00 Adults
  • $4.00 Youth (3 to 17)
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The Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum can trace its routes back to 1937 as the Rochester Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. Since our museum was established in 1971, we have preserved more than 40 pieces of historic railroad equipment along with our 1909 Erie Railroad passenger station to bring Rochester's rich railroading heritage to life.
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Established in 1973, the New York Museum of Transportation houses eleven full size trolley cars, a caboose, a steam locomotive, antique highway and horse-drawn vehicles, a huge model railroad display, and the various associated smaller items that illuminate Rochester's transportation history.