Friday, July 14 - WWII Veterans Ceremony will be held at 6 pm at Perry Street Station, 409 S Perry St, Titusville, to honor all veterans, with special recognition given to those who served during WWII. Reserved seating is available for WWII veterans by calling 814-676-1733. All others are asked to bring their own seating.
Reserved seating is available for WWII veterans by call 814-676-1733. All others are asked to bring their own seating. This free event is open to the public. Refreshments will be provided. If weather does not cooperate, the ceremony will be moved inside the station.
Saturday, July 15 - WWII Re-enactment. The OC&T Railroad will become a military train from the 1940's and Perry Street Station will be transformed into an encampment for both US and German forces. On display will be uniforms, weapons and other items from the era so be sure to arrive early so you can have time to view all the displays. Station opens at 9 am.
German forces will board the train and head down the valley. Allied forces will be keeping an eye on the train with the intent of over taking it. Are spies on-board? A battle will ensue at Rynd Farm Station. This WWII Re-enactment is hosted by the 99th Infantry Division Historical Society Inc from Erie, PA.
Train departs 409 S Perry St, Titusville, promptly at 1 pm. Plan to arrive at least 1 hour prior for boarding, but we recommend arriving even earlier to give yourself time to tour the encampment and displays. Reservations strongly recommended as this event does sell out. Wheelchair spaces have sold out.
Special event pricing applies:
First Class: $40 per person (all ages)
Coach: Adults $22, Seniors (60+) $20 and Kids (ages 1-12) $16.
Call 814-676-1733 or click here to print reservation form.
Sunday, July 16 - Veterans and current servicemen can ride the OC&T for $10 with the purchase of a full-price ticket (a discount of $10 on adult tickets). Good for coach seating only, military ID required. Train departs from Perry Street Station at 1 pm. Regular train prices apply for this ride as there is no re-enactment on this ride. Call 814-676-1733 or click here to print reservation form.