Incredible museum rich of history, right in our wonderful backyard. It is free of charge, except for the presidential one.
Went there while a classic car show was in swing...Saw the 1949 Frazier model, which it looked futuristic for its age.
The presidential train was also available for a fee and has to be accompanied by personnel.
Lots of history while you walk and browse the inside of these trains, I looked at them while trying to transport myself to those times. Lots of reading material to learn or re-visit them.
They also have a wartime aid cabin, as a sample of what they were about, with remnants of real bed and bed sheets.
Amazing how grandiose these samples are, they are all steel.
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