A fascinating collection of memorabilia related to Midwestern cars, service stations, and the history of Marshall. The museum is housed at the old Marshall Interurban Railway Depot, which was built in 1903. Large exterior wall murals were added in 2010.
A Private Collection of Gasoline Collectibles and Marshall Memorabilia.
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Walter’s Gasoline Museum
Walter’s Gasoline Museum teaches the public about the history of Marshall, Calhoun County, and the state of Michigan. The museum features photos of the Marshall Interurban Railroad that ran through downtown Marshall and a map showing all of the routes once used by interurbans in Michigan. Also on display is a mural on the outside of a building across the parking lot from the museum; the mural depicts the railway station, depot, and first gasoline station in Marshall.
The museum’s collection includes gasoline artifacts and Marshall area memorabilia, and pertains to the Historic Marshall Interurban Railway.
May 1-Oct 1: Sat-Sun 1-4pm, also by appointment and during city events. Call (269) 781-4654, ext. 562 to make an appointment.
220 W. Michigan Ave.
Marshall, MI 49068
Richard Walters, Jr., Owner & Collection