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List of museums in Pennsylvania - Wikipedia


This list of museums in Pennsylvania encompasses museums defined for this context as ..... Cresco Station Museum, Cresco · Monroe, Northeastern Pennsylvania, Local history, website, operated ...

The Toy Soldier Museum: Home


Welcome to The Toy Soldier Museum -- a treasure trove for toy soldier collectors, military historians ... We are in the Pocono Mountains in northeast Pennsylvania, less than two hours from Manhattan and Philadelphia. ... Cresco, PA 18326

Contact - The Toy Soldier Museum


We look forward to your call! 5459 Paradise Valley Road. Cresco, PA 18326. 570 -629-7227. jimhill@ptd.net. Links to Interesting Friends and Helpful Resources.

Barrett Township Historical Society


The Cresco Station Museum is located at Route 191/390 and Sand Spring Road, Cresco, Monroe County, Pennsylvania Sunday 1:00 - 4:00 PM (Memorial Day ...

Cresco Station Museum - Barrett Township Historical Society


Cresco Station Museum. The Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Railroad first came through Cresco in 1851. The peak use of the Cresco Station can be ...

Historical Attractions and Museums in the Pocono Mountains


Cresco Station Museum ... over the Delaware River connecting Route 739 in Dingmans Ferry, PA with Route 560 in… ... Equinunk Historical Society & Museum.

Cresco Station Museum - Pocono Mountains


... passed through. The museum has many 1800's artifacts such as school equipment, farming tools, etc. ... Sand Spring Road / Route 390; Cresco, PA 18342.

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Cresco Station Museum of the Barrett Township Historical Society ...


Barrett Township Historical PA-390 Cresco, PA 18326 Get Directions ... Weiler Family Foundation, and subsequently reopened to the community as a museum.