This museum highlights the role of the railroad in the Civil War. The exhibits are well presented and the movie is not to be missed. All in all it was very educational and even managed to hold the attention of a 12 and a 7 year old for an entire afternoon.
It is extremely worthy of its Smithsonian relationship.
It houses the "General", the locomotive stolen by union troops and taken north to destroy the confederate rail lines along the way. Admission prices are reasonable.
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