Original restored train station built in 1911. It was in another part of Delburne and moved to this location years ago. Now it is a museum.
This is what caught my attention. This is a rarity. Years ago there were many of them. This is a railroad water tower that has been moved here from its original location. From the information provided on site it used to have a large cedar tank that held thousands of gallons of water for steam locomotives. There was a narrow walkway inside between the tank and the exterior wall. The spout on the side was used to fill the locomotives and used a float system. Few very of these still exist.