October 2020  
Titusville, Pennsylvania


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Our 2020 Season has been cancelled due to the ever changing restrictions & regulations.
We look forward to seeing everyone in 2021.

Gift Certificates with 2020 dates will be honored in 2021.

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit.
Having to cancel our season due to the always changing restrictions and regulations has taken its toll on our finances. Your financial support will help us restore antique cars and buildings, as well as provide discounted rides to school students in 2021, so our youth are able to understand the interaction of railroads and the petroleum industry during the beginnings of both. Please consider purchasing Gift Certificates for Christmas, birthday or anniversary gifts to help out. You can purchase them in any amount, and they pair nicely with Gift Certificates for The Caboose Motel - a great themed getaway for couples, families or a group of friends! Our regular season generally runs June through October and our 2021 Season should be announced by January.
Tax-deductible donations also always welcome.
Call us at 814-676-1733 to purchase your Gift Certificates
today or for more information.


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 early
1890s 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. See a variety of wildlife from groundhogs to bald eagles, with ducks, deer, and blue heron, as well as the occasional black bear.

Be sure to visit our Museum, Gift Shop & Concession Stand at Perry Street Station, open any day we have train ride scheduled.
Remember to visit our Concessions at Rynd Farm Station (halfway point) for ice cream, open June through October only.

Click to see our video

Wabash Cannonball

Ride in style on the Wabash, our First Class Car with air conditioning and more comfortable seats. Seating
is limited in First Class and does sell out, so be sure
to order your tickets early.
(Not available for Murder Mystery Dinners and
certain other rides. Please inquire when making reservations.)

You'll find special attractions...like our open air Gondola Car -- weather permitting -- you'll have a perfect view of the Oil Creek Valley. (Availability subject to change.)
Visit our Railway Post Office Car, the only one still in operation in the USA! Be sure to bring your address
book - you can mail a postcard or letter right on the train.
Snack and beverages are also available on the RPO car, as well as at our Perry Street Station and Rynd Farm Station.

Check out our regular schedule and our special events.

 We are handicapped accessible. All of our stations have floor-level boarding platforms and wheelchair ramps. Wheelchair/scooter seating is limited to six on our Railway Post Office Car, with one attendant.
Please note:  due to limited space on the RPO car, only one attendant per wheelchair/scooter will be permitted. Since space is limited, advanced reservations are required. Our passenger cars are vintage equipment and cannot accommodate wheelchairs or scooters.
Murder Mystery dinners and some special events are not wheelchair accessible.

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

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

Gift Certificates

Gift Certificates available.
Call 814-676-1733 for more info,
or inquire when you ride.
Perfect for holidays, birthdays,
any time!

750,000 Passenger

We honored our 750,000 passenger on July 28, 2018. Congrats to James Miller & Family.


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