The Cambria Beacon-Eagle - a source of information about Cambria’s past, present, and future. The Cambria Historic District was one a town. It has a rich history and visitors to the area have often provided their own memories of “the way things use to be”, sharing photos or stories. From the “Turkey Drives” that use to be done on Main St., through Christiansburg to the Depot for loading, to how it was a “boom town” during the height of the railroad expansion, or even to the place where two people happened to meet and begin a life together, the stories are entertaining.
The Cambria Business section of this website gives you a listing of the businesses and historic places found in the District and surrounding areas. Shopping, food, history, and just good old fashioned talking to people can all be found in Cambria.
Cambria Toy Station - is a toy store that does a blending of past and present. Educational toys abound and toys are carefully chosen so as to encourage creativity and healthy interactions with others. Playing is one of the greatest ways to learn. Making playtime both fun and a learning experience is the goal of this locally owned and operated store. The Toy Station is located in the old Depot building at the intersection of Depot and Cambria Streets.
Across the street from the Cambria Toy Station is the Cambria Emporium, home to multiple antique dealers. It’s not limited to antiques alone though. I have spent hours browsing old books, and I have spent a good bit of money on some of the collectible cookbooks! There are also collectibles, those items which may not necessarily be considered antiques yet, but those of us born around the 50′s, it is a trip down memory lane:)