Special thank you to all those who came to visit and contributed to such an amazing day! Blue Water Model Engineering Society Bruce Mannerow Tony Koolens Stu Brownlow Todd Michel Jeff Searson Richmond Hill Live Steamers: David Powell Local History Beth Moyer - Kilworth Display Bonnie Sitter - Wright Family Display School On Wheels Museum … Continue reading 110th Anniversary – Thank You
Come join us for 110th anniversary of the Komoka Railway station, this is a special event with lots to do! The Komoka Railway station is the 3rd railway station in Komoka, come learn about it and its influence in the formation and development of our town. Without the railroad and this station, there wouldn't … Continue reading 110th Anniversary of the station!
The Komoka Railway Museum now has a Youtube channel. Come check it out for funny fridays, story station episodes, and member stories. Please subscribe and help us reach our initial goal of 100 subscribers! As always, follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates!
Starting this week on Wednesday and Friday's we will be offering "Story Station" at 10am and 1pm. Story station is a drop in activity where we read stories, sing songs about trains and learn about the history of Komoka and the railway. This is an activity geared towards young children to get them interested in … Continue reading Story Station is on the tracks
Every Third Tuesday of the Month (March through November inclusive) is the Komoka Railway Museum Monthly Members meeting at 6:00 pm. All are welcome. (currently some meetings take place virtually via zoom). As well, members and volunteers meet weekly on Saturday mornings, April through November, to work on projects and whatever needs doing.
Our museum was inducted into the North American Railway Hall of Fame in 2016!
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation towards restoration of our Canadian National Railways 1979 GMC-Grumman Hi-Railer which was completed in December 2011. Also for the financial support in replacing the Shay building roof with steel in 2013 - the rain has stopped pouring in.