2023 Excursions to Gouldsboro:
For specific event details, please visit Steamtown’s Event Calendar and navigate to the appropriate date.
Station Description and Details
Ride the train through the woods to the Gouldsboro train station and museum.
History: The station was built in 1905 when Gouldsboro was originally called Sand Cut, named by the railroad workers for the abundance of sand that was found while constructing the railroad tracks. Later, our town was renamed to Gouldsboro after Jay Gould, an infamous robber baron who built a tannery in this area in 1856, later closing it in 1861 and moving into the business of monopolizing railroads of the west.
Amenities: The station houses a museum, gift shop, covered pavilion, and restrooms; all handicap accessible. Gouldsboro is a CASH-ONLY station and venue with no ATM available, please plan accordingly.
The museum is filled with historical items regarding the railroad and the ice harvesting industry; visitors can stop by the gift shop to purchase gifts, photos, and other items; food will be available to purchase.
Select a date to see a list of times
Train riders are reminded to remain seated, keep heads, hands, and arms inside the windows, and to use care when stepping up or down boarding and disembarking from the passenger coach.
Not wheelchair accessible.
Check in at the ticket and information booth before proceeding to the boarding platform.
There will be a 2-hour layover at the Gouldsboro Station for each event.
Be sure to return to the train at least fifteen minutes earlier than the scheduled departure time.
A variety of food and refreshments are available for purchase (cash-only) at the Gouldsboro train station.
There is one restroom in each passenger coach. Restrooms are also available inside the train station.
The train operates rain or shine, but may occasionally be cancelled because of severe weather events.