TCS Transport 12 W Wilson St, Batavia, IL60510 TCS is a commodities transportation company with more than 20 years of experience in the dry van market. With…More state-of-the-art equipment moving your shipment, you can be guaranteed that your products will arrive with the utmost care and respect. Contact the company for a shipping quote.
Power Packaging 1200 N Raddant Rd, Batavia, IL60510 Power Packaging offers customized supply chain solutions. What does that mean? It helps to get your product out to the…More public providing transportation with their semi tractor trailers. It also help companies become more efficient, productive and competitive by analysing your current production line and recommending alternatives. More than 40 years experience in the industry with six facilities nationwide.
Batavia RSVP 327 W Wilson St, Batavia, IL60510 Batavia RSVP stands for the Retired Senior Volunteer Program, encouraging retirees to serve the older community through…More various activities. The program started in Batavia in 1988 and is an entirely volunteer-run, non-profit operation. It provides services free to local residents that include meal delivery, transportation to and from stores and installing lock boxes with spare keys, according to the program's website.
The Batavia Depot Museum is a permanent exhibit about the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad (est. 1850),…More the Chicago & North Western Railroad (est. 1872) and the Chicago, Aurora & Elgin Electric Line (est. 1902). The three railroad lines handled Batavia freight and passenger service until the mid-1900s, when the automobile became the transportation of choice.
The museum displays railroad artifacts, photos and a ticket agent office, and the interior is preserved much as it looked when passengers stopped at the window to seek information or to buy a ticket for a ride to a nearby town.
The operation of the museum is a cooperative effort between the park district and the Batavia Historical Society. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
Volunteers keep the museum staffed, acting as docents, catalogers, and helpers with the many activities of the society and the museum.
The museum was opened in 1973 and dedicated in 1975.