Chatham Railroad Station is a former railroad station located on Depot Road in Chatham, Massachusetts that now houses the Chatham Railroad Museum. Service ended to the station in the 1930s. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978.
The Chatham Railroad Museum features many railroad artifacts, including the New York Central model locomotives used at the 1939 New York World's Fair. Other displays include original and operating Western Union telegraph equipment, lanterns, badges, signs, tools, timetables, menus and passes, promotional literature, original paintings and prints, calendars, and a restored 1910 caboose.
Look for our black cat, Casper, perched on the window sill. He's our official mascot, which means you'll possess an authentic Cat's Meow.
Handcrafted in Wooster, Ohio, this keepsake is cut from 3/4” thick wood with colorful print on the front and a description on the back. Buy it for a friend or add it to your Cat’s Meow collection. It sets neatly on a mantle, shelf, or desk. Or perch it on your wainscoting or the trim above your windows or doors.