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The museum offers tours of the Little Red Schoolhouse, as well as special immersive programming for local schoolchildren. The Riverside Train, also maintained by the Hancock Historical Museum, is a miniature train that was formerly located at Riverside Park. The ridable streamliner locomotive and cars date to the s and moved to Riverside Park from Walbridge Park in Toledo in It ceased operation in until its refurbishment in It is currently in operation located on County Road From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Retrieved 24 August Hancock Parks. Retrieved 21 August Bluffton News.

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Ohio Memory Collection. Retrieved 20 August Other exhibits of regional interest, such as social life in Hancock County and Findlay business, are featured as rotating exhibits.

The museum also maintains substantial archives, which are made available to the public for research during museum business hours. The Little Red Schoolhouse is a one-room schoolhouse from the 19th century , maintained by the Hancock Historical Museum and located on County Road It was built in [9] and closed in After it closed, the schoolhouse served as a granary before belonging to the museum.


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The museum offers tours of the Little Red Schoolhouse, as well as special immersive programming for local schoolchildren. The Riverside Train, also maintained by the Hancock Historical Museum, is a miniature train that was formerly located at Riverside Park.

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The ridable streamliner locomotive and cars date to the s and moved to Riverside Park from Walbridge Park in Toledo in It ceased operation in until its refurbishment in It is currently in operation located on County Road From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ohio Local History Alliance.

Retrieved 24 August Hancock Parks. Retrieved 21 August Bluffton News.