HO Gauge Room
This HO-gauge display is representative of the coal mines of the area up to the 1970’s. The engines on the left in the hall are all brass. The engines in the first case on the right are also brass. The rest of the trains are sized from HO all the way to Z-gauge. We also have the scale comparison display in this room.
K-Land (K-nex room)
The rides in this room were not made from a kit. The racer was based on the ride at Kennywood and the Ferris Wheel was based on the K-nex version. The overhead lights are timed so it represents a full day. The rides in this room are constantly being worked on and improved, like a real amusement park.
Historic Train Room
The trains in this room range from Marx and K-Line to Lionel and Marklin. There is mostly O-Gauge, but there are also S-Gauge American Flyer trains. There is even a special train especially made by John Twarog to commemorate the 20th annual Marx Convention.
The puzzle on the wall when you first walk in is one of the largest puzzles in the world. It measures 6 ft tall by 22 ft wide. The rest of the room has items relating to Disney, from the 1930’s to the present. In the center of the room is our hands-on Geotrax toys.
Ohio Valley Room
The glass and china in this room were manufactured in the Ohio Valley. There is a display honoring Chuck Yeager, who was from West Virginia. Also, various pieces of memorabilia from Ohio Valley history.
This O-Gauge display is representative of the Marcellus and Utica shale oil and gas fields.
Welcome to the Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum. We are housed in a 1906 fully restored Victorian school house. It operated as a school from 1906 to 1991. It still has the original tin ceilings made by Wheeling Corrugating, and the yellow pine floors and red oak woodwork. You can even see the slate blackboards in some of the rooms.
The games in this room range from the 1920’s to the present. We also have, although not on display, the largest Monopoly collection on the eastern seaboard.
This room has toys that represent all sorts of transportation. Anything that can move things on land, air, and sea is represented here. The toys are from the 1800’s to the present. The oldest toy on display is in this room. This is also where we have our four-land slot car track.
This room holds a large variety of miniatures, some of which are hand painted. There is an array of different playsets, and lithograph metal garages, barns, and buildings. Everything in the room is from the 1930’s to the present.