Featuring the 1874 Potter Place railroad station listed on the National Register. It contains an authentic "stationmaster's office," and a collection of railroad memorabilia plus annually changing exhibits. Across the street is the 1913 Emons General Store/PO fitted as it might have appeared and the museum store. There is a caboose and the graveyard of Richard Potter, noted magician/ventriloquist. Also on the property is the original freght house with a B&M box car adjacent and a shade garden located in the cellar hole of Richard Potter's home.