The North Shore Railroad Opens Online Store

August 3, 2016 · Uncategorized

To celebrate its 32nd Anniversary of rail service, the North Shore Railroad launched its first ever company store, calling it the Warehouse.


Jeb Stotter, North Shore’s Vice President and Chief Operating Office said, “For years our railfans have asked us to open a store. When setting up our store it was important to make the shopping experience as simple as possible.” One of the great features of the Warehouse is FREE SHIPPING. Since all items available at this time are apparel, there is also no sales tax. The price you see is the price you pay.

Items in the Warehouse include locomotive and logo t-shirts and hats. Employees and their families submitted the designs. There are many more designs to follow the current inventory.

The Warehouse logo was inspired by North Shore’s home office in Northumberland, PA. The building was originally the Lackawanna Freight House, built in 1915. The Freight House was reconstructed into an office by North Shore, holding the original building design – depicted by the Warehouse logo.

If you, or someone you know, love North Shore’s trains, visit the Warehouse