This beautiful late Victorian railroad station served the town of Quincy, Pennsylvania, which was located on the Mont Alto Railroad, a branch line of the Cumberland Valley Railroad.  James Fouchard bought the station in 1987 with the intent to preserve the historic railroad structure. The building was acquired by Guilford Township from Fouchard in 2008, moved to Norlo Park and restored to fulfill the mutual wish to preserve a rare piece of Cumberland Valley Railroad history. Quincy Station is part of a railroad heritage area of the community park that includes the McKenzie Station, which houses the miniature train formerly owned by the late Arnold McKenzie, who donated it to the Township. Members of the Cumberland Valley Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society operate the train during the summer and early fall months, giving free rides to families and children, and Fouchard opens Quincy Station as a museum. Also displayed are 2 Pennsylvania RR Cabins (cabooses),  a PRR Flat Car and a rare Vinegar Car,  as well as an ex-Western Maryland RR Bridge and Handcar Shed.