The Laurel Heritage Museum is the main exhibit site for the Laurel Historical Society.  Dedicated in 2012, it is the former train station for the town.  It is shared with the town's Chamber of Commerce.    In preparation for moving in a new set of artifacts to put on display, the Historical Society had board member, Dr. William Campbell, complete a photographic study of this museum.  Take a minute to peruse these beautiful photos and not miss a chance to visit the museum and see these items before they are moved back into storage.   Located off Mechanics Street, behind the Laurel town office/police station, The Laurel Heritage Museum is normally open M-F from 8:00 AM -Noon, or by special appointment.   Entrance is through the Chamber of Commerce's office, on the north side of the building.