Things to Do

Located just 20 minutes from downtown Rochester, we are easy to find from exit 11 off I-390, on Route 251 West in the Town of Rush. We look forward to your visit! Why not make it a day trip? Here are some other local attractions to consider. Please consult the individual listings to confirm days and hours of operation.

ScottsvilleScottsville Main Street photo by Steve Carter

Nearby Places to Eat

The Village of Scottsville is just two miles from the train museum. Please visit Scottsville Green for details.

Scottsville Diner
46 Main Street, Scottsville, NY

Salvatore’s Saloon
11 Main Street, Scottsville, NY

Dirty Dave’s Bar & Grill
28 Caledonia Avenue, Scottsville, NY

Mark’s Pizzeria
3892 Scottsville Road, Scottsville, NY

China Panda
3892 Scottsville Road, Scottsville, NY

Artisan Coffeehouse
2 Main Street, Scottsville, NY

Nearby Attractions

Rochester Junction Trailhead
Recreational Trail and Railroad Display on old Lehigh Valley Railroad roadbed
269 Plains Road, Mendon, NY

Five Arch Bridge
Stone arch bridge that once carried Erie Railroad Mt. Morris Branch over Conesus Creek until 1940
2080 Avon Geneseo Road, Avon, NY

Genesee Country Village & Museum
1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford, NY

Stokoe Farms
656 S Rd, Scottsville, NY

Jell-O Museum


Upcoming Events

  1. March 31 – Easter Bunny Train Rides

    March 31 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
  2. May 19 – Rails & Ales Train Rides

    May 19 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Find Us

Industry Depot is located at 282 Rush Scottsville Road, Rush NY, 14543. We are easy to find from Exit 11 on I-390, and just 20 minutes from downtown Rochester on Route 251 West!

Map & Directions


Your ticket includes a train ride and admission to our museum grounds and exhibits. Ages 4 and under ride free, no ticket required.

Special Event ticket pricing may apply on certain days. See web site for details.
The Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum can trace its roots 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.