Wimbledon  (CSi)  The Midland Continental Depot and Museum featuring Peggy Lee,  opened for the 2017 summer season on May 26.  The Museum is celebrating its Fifth Year Anniversary.

It will be open through Labor Day with hours 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM Daily! After that, open by appointment.

Photos below by Matt Sheppard from the 2012 Grand Opening.  More  photos online at FACEBOOK .


More CSi PHOTOS at FACEBOOK  and Midland Continental Depot Website


Built in 1913, the Midland Continental Railroad Depot is the only remaining depot of the railroad which was to connect Canada to the Gulf Coast.  Warren Ernie, Wimbledon native and lifetime resident, was the guest of honor.  Ernie rode on the Midland train and in high school personally knew Peggy Lee (Norma Egstrom), the renowned jazz singer.  The depot was home to Peggy Lee from 1934-1937 when her father was the depot agent there.

Opened in 2012, the Midland Continental Depot Transportation Museum Featuring Peggy Lee is on the National Register of Historic Places and is ADA accessible. The museum is open daily, Memorial Day through Labor Day, 1-4pm, or by appointment year-round.

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