This was a pleasant visit, and a nice opportunity to see some older railcars and engines. Check the website for hours, because this attraction is staffed by volunteers and the hours aren't what would be called standard for a museum. A lot of the cars are privately owned and not accessible to the public, but enough are open for a satisfying trip. The main exhibits are outdoors, so if you visit in the Summer, plan for the sun and heat.
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