Greenville, Pennsylvania: Greenville Railroad Park

A big old steam engine -- claimed to be the largest of its kind -- and some railroad cars, parked right beside the road, showcase the history of Greenville railroading.
314 Main St., Greenville, PA
Downtown. On the north side of Hwy 358/Main St. just east of the train tracks.
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Greenville Railroad Park

Wheeling-Lake Erie train cars. Most made right in Greenville at the Old Greenville Steel Car works.

[Etta Miller, 03/29/2013]

The highlight of this attraction is its 1936 Engine 604, "the largest steam switch engine ever built." Also offers a caboose and flat car that you can rent for parties.

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