The Bradford Ohio Railroad Museum needs your help. The museum’s outside sign was damaged and will need to be replaced. The sign was located at the front of the museum parking lot between the museum and Oakwood facing Miami Avenue. The sign directed visitors to the museum’s exhibit hall at 200 N. Miami Avenue and to the BF Tower at 501 East Main.
The sign was placed in 2007 to direct patrons to the museum and advertise the museum’s presence in Bradford. The sign cost the museum $1,700 when constructed and installed by Champion Signs. The museum is appealing to the community to donate the needed funds to repair this damage as no one has come forward to take responsibility for the damage.
The museum is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to preserving the railroad heritage and relies on volunteers and donations to keep its doors and programs going. The museum does not charge for the use of its parking lot and is hoping the responsible party will help assist with the replacement of this important part of the museum.
Donations to replace the sign can be mailed to the museum at P.O. Box 101 Bradford, Ohio 45308.
Marilyn Kosier, M.D.
Bradford Ohio Railroad Museum