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Railroad Maintenance

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ORGANIZATION: East Troy Railroad Museum, Inc.

  • 16 people are interested
Line Man

Have you ever wanted to work on railroad equipment, restore a locomotive or railcar, or learn the ins and outs of everyday railroad equipment? The mechanical department is right up your alley! Members of the mechanical department are responsible for keeping our vast collection of operational equipment running and in top working order. Under the close guidance of our experienced mechanical team, anyone can lend a hand in the monumental task of keeping our railroad running no matter how much mechanical know-how you might have. The mechanical department also oversees the restoration of equipment we are trying to get back into service. Be advised: you WILL get dirty!.

You can help us keep our equipment in tip top shape. There are many jobs ranging from keeping our equipment clean, to doing required maintenance, to keeping our grounds clean and trimmed. You will work with a project manager who will assign various jobs around the railroad. If you are not interested in working on the train crew, but still want to learn about the equipment, this option might be best for you.

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About East Troy Railroad Museum, Inc.


P.O. Box 943, 1992 Church St, East Troy, WI 53120, US

Mission Statement

The East Troy Electric Railroad Museum, Inc. was founded for the purpose of preserving the history of Electric Railroading in Wisconsin and more recently to assure the continued long term existence of the last vestage of The Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Company as an example of the now extinct Electric Trolley and Interurban Railways that were once a vital part of daily life throughout Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest.


We are a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization preserving and operating the railway line between the Villages of East Troy & Mukwonago in Southeastern Wisconsin as a living example of a traditional Trolley and Interurban Railway Line of the type that was part of everyday life from the 1890's through the first half of the Twentieth Century. To provide a family orientated educational, historical, and entertaining situation for the general public to experience.




We'll work with your schedule.


2002 Church StEast Troy, WI 53120



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  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training

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