Founded in 1973, the Rusty Relics Museum is a non-profit organization, located in Carlyle’s historic 1909 CN Station. Walk through the station agent’s living quarters and the work areas of the station. On the grounds you can tour a CP Caboose, a CN work shop, a country school house, an oil well pump jack and an outdoor shelter that displays farm machinery. Admission is free.
The Mission of the Rusty Relics Museum is to preserve the history, stories and traditions of the Carlyle area: to depict the influence of trade, travel, oil production and agriculture in the development of the area: and to promote learning about the area’s early Pioneers.
The Rusty Relics Museum is open from June 1 till Aug. 31, Monday through Friday from 10-5.
Rusty Relics Museum