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- How can I call the museum?
- Call us at 717 687-8628. Our phone system provides many recorded answers to common questions, but during open hours you can reach a human voice too! To ask research questions see below.
- What's your FAX number?
- 717 687-0876
- What's your physical location?
- 300 Gap Road, Strasburg, PA 17579. Gap Road is also marked as Route 741. We're across the road from the Strasburg Rail Road. Our mailing address is different, though.
- What's your mailing address?
- Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania P. O. Box 15, Strasburg, PA 17579 (If you'd prefer an E-mail response when you write, indicate your address.)
- What is your email address?
- email@example.com (Click it to send general questions now.)
- How can I contact the Museum store?
- You can call at our main number, or send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Click it to send the store a message now.)
- How to get to the museum?
- Detailed directions and related information are available here. For further questions, call us.
- How about if I have a research question?
- We get lots of questions about railroad history, and are happy to try to help. Because of the heavy load of questions, keep the following in mind: Questions requiring research should be sent to us by US Mail. Thoughtful questions reflecting scholarly or important need will receive special attention. In some cases where extensive time is required, you may be contacted regarding the cost of such services.
- We can not prepare research reports for students.
- Our library and archives are available to serious researchers upon advance request (see Library and Archives section). All research is conducted under controlled conditions.
- Simple questions asking if we have a particular photo or some general information about a railroad or piece of equipment can be handled by E-mail. If you write us by US mail, include an E-mail address in your letter so we can expedite a response if appropriate.
- I'm seeking info on retired railroaders or relatives
- Such records are often difficult to track down. To provide you with guidance, we have prepared a discussion of the subject, including various sources of information. The Railroad Museum does not maintain such records.
Also see our Frequently Asked Questions page.