Photographed April 25, 2015
White Lake, Langlade County, Wisconsin
The White Lake Depot Museum is located on northbound Lake Street / County Highway M, between Mill Street (to the south) and Wood Street (to the north) at 700 Lake Street, White Lake, Wisconsin 54491.
Antigo / Langlage County Chamber of Commerce: White Lake Depot MuseumThe museum is also home to the White Lake Area Historical Society.
The museum building was originally known as the "Whiskey Northern" depot built in 1907. The Wisconsin & Northern Railroad moved the depot to White Lake in 1916. In 1996, the building was slated for replacement. White Lake formed a Historical Society and moved the original building to a village lot. The White Lake Depot Museum is one of the most charming railroad & community museums anywhere.
Contact: Society President, George RockPhone: 715-882-4800Hours: Open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend, Sat, 10am-3pm; and by appointment. Also open on Wednesday's year around if visitor would like to tour. Facility is unheated.Plan Your Visit: Restored Depot with 132 feet of track in front, with a Pede car and a car house. Many original railroad, logging, farming and community artifacts from the area.
A peek inside the window (the museum was closed at the time of my visit).
Dexter loves anything with wheels!
The museum is located in White Lake, Wisconsin.