Here we pay tribute to some of the key contributors to our Museum’s history.
Joyce Lobene, a former Spencerport mayor of was a strong community supporter and an advocate for the Depot Restoration Project and of the Museum.
Lewis “Bud” Nichols
Bud Nichols was a master carpenter, instrumental in overseeing the mammoth task of restoring a single family home back to its former glory as the Spencerport Trolley Depot.
He worked alongside Bernie Cubitt to bring transform the house at 180 Amity Street to the building know known as the Spencerport Depot and Canal Museum.
Bernard “Bernie” Cubitt
An avid train and trolley enthusiast, Bernie was instrumental in the restoration project, providing his knowledge of trolley lines to the project and as a co-leader in this project.
Maxine Davison was a great supporter of the Depot Restoration Project.
She ensured she was the top bidder to purchase the land that the Depot building sat on, to ensure it could be donated to the community. to be restored to its former glory.
Maxine donated it to be used for the good of the community.