The Gorham Historical Society & Railroad Museum is Located at 25 Railroad St. across from the Gorham Town Hall. The railroad station was built in 1907. In 1973, the Gorham Historical Society saved the railroad station from being destroyed. Inside the train station, there are artifacts and local memorabilia. This museum is free, but donations are appreciated. 

If you have any questions please email: gorhamhistoricalsociety@gmail.com 

Wedge Plow

Developed by railroad companies to clear snow off the railroad tracks. 

The Museum

Speeder (railway motor car)​

Allowing crews to both inspect their section of railroad as well as transport them to wherever they may be working. 

Take a Closer Look

An Old Picture

Photo: John Ames. Grand Trunk Railway Depot in the 1950’s. 

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The Gorham Historical Society & Railroad Museum is Located at 25 Railroad St. across from the Gorham Town Hall.

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