September 21, 2012

Old Train Station in Wheaton Village

The Wheaton Arts complex spreads over 60 acres and includes a lake and a scattering of old buildings. You can stroll around on level paths that wind through the tall trees.

The Palermo Station must have been brought here to preserve it. It is said to date from 1897.
The rustic quality of some of the buildings is in contrast to the much larger Museum of American Glass, which  appears to be in the center of the complex.

We enjoyed our visit there. 

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