2023 Seneca County Community Guide

You feel the vibration of the ground, you hear the horn sound, you see an iron beast making its way towards you and suddenly train enthusiasts that have traveled from all over make their way to the viewing platform. Welcome to the Fostoria Iron Triangle Rail Park! The Fostoria Rail Preservation Society is a 501c3 dedicated to preserving railroad history and educating the public about the impact that the railroad has on Seneca County both in the past and in the present. They are caretakers of the former Lake Erie and Western Depot at 128 West North Street, as well as the Fostoria Iron Triangle Visitor Center and Viewing Area. Open 24/7, 365 days a year, the 5.6 acre rail park provides a unique 360 degree unobstructed view of trains passing by on any of the surrounding rails. Three mainline double tracks cross each other and form a triangle around the rail park. 80+ freight trains pass through Fostoria each day. Restrooms are available at the Rail Park as well as a caboose to walk through. The Fostoria Iron Triangle Rail Park is a welcoming destination for all ages and allows you to stop by for a bit or make a whole day of the adventure! The Iron Triangle attracts thousands of visitors every year from around the world and is waiting for you! You can find the Iron Triangle at 499 South Poplar Street in Fostoria and can learn more at FostoriaIronTriangle.com. 4 | DestinationSenecaCounty.org

Made with FlippingBook Ebook Creator