White Lake Depot Museum

© 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 Museum
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.
The museum is also home to the White Lake Area Historical Society.
Hours: 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.
White Lake Area Historical Society Facebook Page

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.

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