“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. The Oil City and Titusville Railroad takes you back more than 150 years into the heart of Oil Country in vintage train cars built by Pullman in 1930. The main station, Perry Street Station, is an early 1890s vintage freight station located at 409 S. Perry Street, Titusville, PA.
Each 3-hour round trip takes passengers through scenic Oil Creek State Park, 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.
Visit the museum, gift shop, and concession stand at Perry Street Station, on any day there is a train ride scheduled. And visit the concessions at Rynd Farm Station (at the ride’s halfway point) for ice cream, July through October!