AAA Editor Notes
Harlansburg Station Museum of Transportation, jct. US 19 and SR 108, showcases transportation history from railroading and seafaring days to the era of air travel. A replica of a train station was built to house four 80-foot-long train cars, which have been set up with an array of artifacts, including rail memorabilia, photographs and railroad lanterns as well as a model train display. A baggage wagon, postal buggy and a collection of train tracks and gauges are on the grounds.
The maritime history area includes vintage river tow boats and model boats, automotive history is presented through memorabilia like signs and collectible toy cars and trucks, and aviation exhibits cover commercial and military aircraft history as well as the air mail program.
Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 45 minutes minimum.