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Chester Railway Station

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Chester Railway Station

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Not only is Chester a beautiful town to visit but its also home to the Railstation which is full of railroad history of its beginnings and all types of relics. Dave Pierce will give you a tour which includes real railcars and a caboose.
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My husband and I enjoyed Dave's guided tour of this historic building so much that we decided to return in a few weeks to take more time reading all the descriptions of the artifacts on display. At that time, we will stay overnight in the caboose on the grounds and walk the
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Response from Dave P, Manager at Chester Railway Station
Responded Jul 29, 2019
Thanks Jane: It was an enjoyable visit for sure. Dave
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We loved staying over in the caboose. It was comfortable camping with our own bedding. Not luxurious but comfortable and clean and cozy. Loved hearing trains in the night! Host was very friendly and showed us around the museum a bit and loved talking history. We had to pay for
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It's great to see a building as historic as this so well-maintained, and clearly so well-loved by Dave, it's caretaker. We were driving through on the way to walk the Keystone Arches trail and stopped to have a nosey around (knowing that it was closed). Dave was out with his
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We happened upon this while looking for the Old Chester Jail. The hours listed are April through September so we planned to walk around the grounds and look in windows. Dave, the caretaker, lives nearby and saw us walking around. He and his dog Durango came over to welcome us
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