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30th Anniversary Celebration
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Join us as we celebrate our 30th Anniversary of train rides 'through the valley that changed the world.'
Speakers at 10 am. Special featured speaker Congressman John Peterson.
Mockingbird Morning, a bluegrass/country band, will be performing at the Perry Street Station from 11 am to 1 pm.
No charge to come hear the music and tour our Museum and Gift Shop.
Light refreshments provided. Regular ticket prices apply for train ride, leaving the station promptly at 1 pm.
Train Ride
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Leaves Perry Street Station in Titusville at 1 pm
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Celebrating 30 Years
1986 - 2016

Share the fun of train travel and relive our country's
oil history as you ride the OC&T
'through the valley that changed the world.'

The Oil Creek Valley is world-famous for its past and the
people that lived it. We take you back more than 150 years
into the heart of Oil County in vintage cars built by Pullman
in 1930. Our main station, Perry Street Station, is an 1892
vintage freight station located at
409 S Perry St, Titusville, PA.

Your 3-hour round trip will take you to where oil history began. You'll learn about the people and places that made up Pennsylvania Oil Country. Your family can share the fun of
train travel and relive history.
Be sure to visit our Museum, Gift Shop & Concession Stand.

The OC&T is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Wabash Cannonball

Ride in the Wabash, our First Class Car, which is a quieter, smoother riding car offering more comfortable seating. Enjoy preferred boarding. Also included is a bottle of water provided
right in your car. No standing in line for one in the concession car.
First Class Tickets are $30.00 regardless of age. Seating is limited in First Class so hurry and order your tickets now.
(Not available on Murder Mystery rides)

You'll find special our open air Gondola Car -- weather permitting -- you'll have a perfect view of the Oil Creek Valley.   Visit our Railway Post Office Carthe only one still in operation in the United States. Be sure to bring your address book - you can send a postcard. Maybe the postmaster will let
you postmark your own card.
Snack and beverages are also available on the RPO car, as well as at our Perry Street Station and Rynd Farm Station.

Bring your canoe or kayak! Our train will haul you upstream and leave you at Perry Street Station. Bicyclists can ride the 10 mile long bike path through Oil Creek State Park. Bikes can be rented Monday through Friday at Petroleum Centre by calling Oil Creek State Park at (814) 676-5915. We'll even pick you and your bicycle up at Petroleum Centre, Rynd Farm Station, or Drake Well Station if you want to shorten your trip. See a variety of wildlife from groundhogs to bald eagles, with ducks, deer, and blue heron, as well as the occasional black bear.

We're handicap-accessible.
All of our stations have floor-level boarding
platforms and wheelchair ramps. Wheelchair seating is limited to the Railway Post Office Car with *one attendant, where the view from the baggage doors is magnificent (weather permiting).
                         Handicapped parking available.

*Please note there should be just one attendant for each wheelchair.
Murder Mystery dinners are not wheelchair accessible.

Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad reserves the right to cancel any train due to circumstances beyond our control.

30th Anniversary Newsletter
Featured Special
Gift Certificates

Gift Certificates available.
Call 814-676-1733 for more info,
or inquiry at the station when you ride.


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