Orbisonia Antique Power Show
Experience America’s Agricultural and Industrial Heritage
This jam-packed weekend features steam traction engine demonstrations, alongside other antique tractor and power displays. Power Show displays are FREE to the public!
The weekend also features a unique program of special tours of the East Broad Top Railroad’s late 19th/early 20th Century belt-driven machine shop complex, which has been described by the Smithsonian as “the most intact representation of America’s railroad and industrial history.”
Enjoy a walk through displays of hit & miss engines, antique tractors, and live demonstrations of steam traction engines. These displays are FREE to the public.
Public Hours: 10am – 4pm
In addition to the regular stops of our guided shop tours, tours during the Power Show will also feature live riveting demonstrations and a look at the operational line-shaft system… you might even be able to blow the shop whistle!
Enjoy a leisurely excursion through the scenic Aughwick Valley over America’s oldest operational narrow gauge railroad.
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Register your antique equipment display here!
We are pleased to invite collectors of hit and miss engines, antique tractors, and steam traction engines to display their equipment in Rockhill Furnace, PA, for train passengers.
Power Show Displays
Vintage Trolley Rides
Groups of 20 or More: Please contact our station at (814) 447-3285 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book your reservation!
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