Hornell Erie Depot Museum Memorial

We at the Hornell Erie Depot Museum listened to our visitors recant the stories of their family members who worked for the Erie, Erie-Lackawanna, and Conrail Railroads, Erie Shops and Accounting. The need for recognition inspired us to offer an opportunity for the community to honor railroad friends and family on our Hornell Erie Depot Museum Memorial. Forms for a memorial plate are available at Hornell City Hall and Hornell Erie Depot Museum and click here;

The Rosell family;

Alexandria, Tim, and Nolan

pointing to their grandfather's 

Robert Rosell's plate

This Hornell Erie Depot Museum Memorial form may be printed and filled out, and with payment may be either 

mailed or dropped off at the

Hornell Erie Depot Museum or Hornell City Hall.

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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