The Komoka Railroad Museum is always receiving artifacts that have been found in someone's attic, left to us in a will, or found in other ways.

This embarassment of riches leaves us with little room to display all of these pieces of history, so monetary donations are also needed to construct displays.

We are always willing to accept any artifact or donation in order to make the museum a success and to further the knowledge of Southwestern Ontario's history. To make a donation, please consult the contact information on our home page.

Artifacts currently on display include: A 1913 Shay Steam Engine The original railway station safe dated 1885 The Station Agent's pot-bellied stove One of only 12 brass plaques honouring Sir Henry W. Thornton, K.B.E., Chairman and President of Canadian National Railways, 1922 - 1932 A 70 foot long pre-1939 CN Baggage Car #8731 A collection of railway lanterns Various telegraph equipment A three wheeled velocipede circa 1885 A 1972 Grand Trunk & Western caboose #CV4046

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