Operated by the Western Connecticut Chapter, National Railway Historical Society
|77 Washington Street, South Norwalk, CT|
The SONO Switch Tower Museum is located in the fully restored 1896-built Switch Tower in South Norwalk, CT.
Railroads used "towers" to house the mechanism of switching trains from one track to another. These towers were staffed by operators who would actually operate the switch tracks by throwing levers in the tower.
Learn about this unique job and all about railroads at the SONO Switch Tower Museum.
Admission is FREE! (Donations are appreciated).
May-October, Saturday and Sunday 12pm-5pm
For more information:
or call: (203) 246.6958
Visiting the SONO Switch Tower Museum will be a fun, enjoyable, and interesting experience.
Soon, this page will be updated to include information about visiting South Norwalk, CT and the Museum.
In the meantime, please visit www.ctbound.org, Connecticut's tourism website for more information about traveling in Connecticut.
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