THE RAILROAD DISPLAY
An operating "HO" gauge model railroad located in the Brantley Carriage House depicts the city of Xenia between 1920 - 1950. See the Court House, Eavey Building, Opera House, Pennsylvania Railroad depot, round house and other buildings of the era.
Experience a ride through Xenia via a TV camera in the train engine as it moves through the tracks of the city. Also follow the "Dinky" trolley as it moves along Detroit Street.
Click on the arrow in the YouTube video below to get an engineer's view of a "Trip" around Xenia. Be sure you have the sound turned up.
Following a visit to the museum, proceed South on Detroit Street (U.S. Route 68) for a visit to a restored B&O caboose, located near the Xenia Station. The vintage steel sided caboose, built by the Mager Car Company, was acquired and moved to the present site in 1998 and carefully restored by the The Greene County Historical Society's Railroad Display Committee. Open by appointment; call 937.372.4606.
THE MIAMI VALLEY DIVISION, DIVISION 3, of the NATIONAL MODEL RAILROAD ASSOCIATION
The museum provides meeting space for the monthly meeting of the local division of the National Model Railroad Association. Click here for additional information on this group.