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We fell in love with this Museum in Jan 2017, so much so that we now volunteer there! It has great memories for older locals & history buffs, amazing train replicas for kids & adults alike, antique fire engines & cars, and wonderful memorabilia.
Check out the huge model train exhibit that details Pulaski Virginia in the nineteen fifties and has photos and objects from various eras that document the railroad bringing progress to Martin's Tank that became Pulaski.
Nice little free museum but was expecting it to be a bit bigger from the information in travel brochures. Unfortunately the model railway was not working on the day we visited and the person that looked after it was on vacation so couldn't be fixed....More
Very nice folks at the desk. One lady was the daughter of Raymond Ratcliffe and a great resource for all things Pulaski. Very nice building and interesting displays. Nice train set and a couple things to keep even the very young interested.
The town replica is much larger than I expected it to be. Built over a period of 50 years of the city in the 30's. His daughter told us that 1 building was made out of plywood the rest were made out of Kellogg cereal...More
I am a hometown boy and have volunteered at the "Ratcliffe" as we locals call it. The museum has something for everyone who enjoys both history and railroads. The Brockmeyer model train display is a must see exhibition. The late Dr. Brockmeyer spent decades building...More
I loved the model of downtown Pulaski! It's a little before my time but my dad remembers a lot of it during that time and could point out much of it. I too remember a lot of it too. I really enjoyed looking at all...More