A tribute to the significant role of transportation in Midwestern American life, Walters Gasoline Museum is a fascinating collection of memorabilia related to cars, service stations, and the history of historic Marshall. From familiar signs, advertisements, and auto-related nostalgia to an original gasoline pump, the collection has something of interest for everyone. The museum is housed at the old Marshall Interurban Railway Depot, which has remained virtually unchanged since it was built in 1903.
Tours may be arranged by appointment from late May through the weekend after Labor Day.
To arrange a tour, you can call Martha 269-986-2043.