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An exceptional museum preserving a piece of railroad history and documenting the life of Peggy Lee. Don't let the small town throw you - this is a world class museum with exceptional displays and interpretive posters. When we arrived, no-one was there, but someone came...More
I visit this museum often & I always encourage everyone else to visit it as well. If you have an interest in the history of the railroad, you will find this place fascinating. If you have a love for Peggy Lee's music, you will find...More
This is a gem: small and sparkly. The museum is well organized. The background information is nicely presented, with large type, great graphics and pertinent information. The Peggy Lee room is excellent.
The bottom floor of this museum offers an overview of the history of the construction of a railroad conceived just before World War One that was supposed to link Canada with Texas. But it was a failed plan, because only about 80 miles of it...More
This is a great reason to get off the interstate to learn about the idea far ahead of its time to build a north/south railroad from Winnipeg, Canada to Galveston, TX at the turn of the last century to allow midwest farmers to bypass the...More
This new museum, just opened in May of 2012, is the only original Depot of
the Midland Continental Railroad. It is restored to its original state, and has a
professional interpretation done of the history of the area, and how the
Midland Railroad got its...More