Celebrating and Preserving Palmerston’s Railway Heritage
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Enjoy a day trip to the Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum!
Experience Wellington County’s only original railway station and one of the few designated as a railway museum in this part of Ontario.
Minto Farmers’ Market at the Museum All Summer Long!
Saturdays, June 4th – September 24th • 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Get a taste of the railway and 100% locally grown fruits and vegetables, home baking, meat, cheese, maple syrup, and more! Find vendor information and special event details on the Minto Farmers’ Market website.
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McCallum & Nicholson Memorial Dedication
YOUR SEAT IS WAITING!
PLEASE JOIN US and McCallum and Nicholson family members at the Norgan Theatre, 275 Main Street West, Minto/Palmerston on July 2, 2022.
Doors open at 12:30 p.m. for a 1:00 p.m. start for a special presentation and dedication in honour of enginemen, Gordon McCallum and W. Stewart Nicholson, who passed away following a train derailment in Southampton, ON. in October 1954 when Hurricane Hazel hit our area. A plaque and a window image commissioned by the Palmerston Lions Club and the Town of Minto, respectively, and placed on/near our Mogul 81, will be dedicated to honour the memory of Gordon and Stewart.
Being featured on July 2/22: 2 speakers and a slide presentation.
One of Palmerston’s treasured landmarks, “Old 81” is a memorial to the days when “Iron Horses” were stabled within the Town.
Read a brief history of how the railway came to Palmerston.
The Pedestrian Bridge is considered Palmerston’s most unique and treasured landmark.
The Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum is a non-profit organization managed by volunteers.
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