Findlay, Ohio

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Event# 419-423-2995

Event Details

See old time exhibits and take a little steam train ride at our annual TRACKS TO THE PAST show. Stroll around for a close up of old tractors and gas engines. Watch a blacksmith pounding out nails on his anvil. See logs cut into planks by a sawmill powered by a steam traction engine. Pet an alpaca or learn about birds of prey. Take a tour of a 1920s era B&O caboose to see where conductors and brakemen once worked, slept, and ate back in the old days when every train had a caboose at the end of its length of cars. Little ones can enjoy the simple pleasure of playing in a big sand pile. Come out and enjoy an old-fashioned weekend! From 8:00-10:00am each day there will be a delicious all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast for $5 ($3 for young children). If that's too early, then enjoy a hotdog or hamburger during show hours. Beverages and snacks are also available.

Friday night Fish Fry - 4:00-7:00 pm.
Saturday - 9:00 am till dark
Sunday - 10:00 am till 5:00 pm.

Address : Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc., 11600 County Rd. 99 Findlay Ohio
Phone : 419-423-2995   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Admission $2 ($1 for children 12 and under)

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