Friday, June 1, 2007


When you visit the Branchville Depot Shrine and Museum and experience the feeling of history which surrounds the World's First Railroad Junction, then you will want to take a slow stroll a few blocks in both directions, in order to also get the feel of the many beautiful homes which have housed the generations of merchants, farmers, and railroad workers since Branchville was founded.

And also, you will be impressed with several of the historic old buildings in which the food, hardware, and feed and seed businesses are located. Stop in and talk to the merchants and ask them about showing you whatever antiques have decorated their stores for decades. There are some real treasures that you will not want to miss.

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