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The Maywood Station Museum

A Landmark Brought Back to Life, Yesterday and Today

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A gem hiding in plain site



Maywood Station Museum

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The Maywood Station Historical Committee (MSHC) division of the New York, Susquehanna & Western Technical & Historical Society operates the Maywood Station Museum and is chartered as a tax-exempt, 501(c)3 non-profit, educational and historical organization with a mission to preserve our railroad and cultural heritage through restoration and preservation, historical awareness, archiving and interpretation, museum open houses, meetings and special events.

The MSHC was formed on May 29, 2002 by volunteers who wanted to save the 1872-built New York, Susquehanna & Western (NYS&W) railroad station at 269 Maywood Avenue.

The Maywood Station Museum has everything for the rail historian - from a restored historic train station with numerous photographs, artifacts and displays to historic equipment and operating model trains, there is plenty to explore and relive. The museum's collection of railroad related and local historical artifacts is exceptional. Come and visit the Maywood Station Museum!

Please visit Maywood Stations website for more information (click here).



The Maywood Station Museum   is directed by Ed Kaminski. There are many ways to volunteer at Maywood Station and Ed would be more than happy to get you on board!.