The History of the Klickety Klack Railroad
The Klickety-Klack was built in 1980 and opened in 1981 by Richard Parshley, who has been collecting model trains most of his life and worked on a railroad for many years. With over 30 years in Wolfeboro, the museum has grown with the help of local train enthusiasts who have spent countless hours creating intricate dioramas and landscapes that cover over 2,200 square feet of space! The Klickety-Klack Model Railroad was featured on New Hampshire Chronicle in 2003 and on New Hampshire Crossroads in 1983. Take a look back at the stories, history, and changes to the museum over twenty years then stop in and see what’s new this year!
“The displays in full “day-light” are impressive enough, but when Parshley turns down the lights and creates “night” 1,000 lights illuminate over 300 buildings. It is a spectacular site.”
The Weirs Times