Hornell Erie Depot Museum's Annual Erie Educational Day

Hornell Erie Depot Museum's annual Erie Educational Day is held each year on the first Tuesday in June for second graders. With the help of retired Erie men, local and retired teachers, and other much appreciated volunteers, the museum offers history on the lawn and story stations inside the museum.   

Our Erie Education Day is a fun filled day sharing history with the

youth of our Canisteo Valley.




The success of our Erie Educational Day is largely due to our great volunteers:

Eric Jones (with his children Bryson and Maia), Shawn Hogan, Heather Reynolds,

Ashley Hogan Striker, Julie Prunoske,  

Maureen (Sweet) and Doug Smith, Eugene (Gene) Baker, Doug Barnard,

Cheryl Slatt, Collette Cornish, Bob and Tim Rosell, Rich Dunning, Norm Annis,

Bob Lee, Rick Bartlett and Bob Woodworth.

Not shown; Ann and Pat Quackenbush, Wendy Pollinger and Jim Lecceardone.

Thank you!

Hornell Erie Depot Museum


 Our Mission Statement

The Hornell Erie Depot Museum was established in 2005 by the City of Hornell to preserve the history and mementos of the men and women of the Hornell area, and of the Hornell area railroad industry; and to educate the public on the history of the people and of the industry which formed the

backbone of the Hornell community.




  Hornell Erie Depot Museum                 

  111 Loder Street POBox 627 

  Hornell, NY  14843               



  Hornell City Hall

  M-F 9:00-4:00                                   



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Inquiries and group tours please contact

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