Heritage Historical Village

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A collection of railway stock

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The Depot
Octagon House
Village Chapel
Triangle School
Inside The School
Log Cabin

New London's Heritage Historical Village / Railroad Museum is open on the first and third Sunday’s from June thru August.  Hours are 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Group tours or appointments can be made by calling (920) 982-8557 or (920) 982-5186.  Hosts an annual August Heritage Days & Rail Fest event.

The village features many historic buildings which have been relocated from the surrounding area. Attractions include an Octagon House which can be traced back to 1867 and a School House that was last used in 1948 and still has many of its original furnishings.  The onsite Chapel was once an Evangelical United Brethren Church and can currently be booked for weddings.  There is also a Log Cabin that dates back to approximately 1850 that was built by a family from Ireland.

New London's main train depot was also moved into the village.  It is reminiscent of the days when the Chicago and North Western served the city with passenger service.  Two Cabooses and a 300 horsepower Diesel Locomotive are also on display.

Located at Memorial Park - 900 Montgomery St.
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