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“While the main exhibit is about how the local and surrounding communities came together to support those service men & women who were heading off to war, there is also a lot of railroad memorabilia, information &...”
“There are “play” stations throughout the museum, such as selling the train tickets, serving in the kitchen on the dining car, stoking the coal fire, setting the train schedule, waving the flags, wearing the hats,...”
“It’s an incredible and captivating experience with a terrific gift shop and unique and surprising content.”
“The obvious highlights are the Tree of Pliers (511 interconnected pliers carved from a single piece of wood) and the many model trains (including a replica of Lincoln's Funeral train) - every piece carved by hand...”
“We took our granddaughter to see the village and she really really enjoyed being able to go into the cabins, church and meeting house.”
“We arrived half an hour before closing and the kind woman staffing the museum stayed late on a hot day to allow us to enjoy the video, the entire village, burial ground (God's Acre) and to answer our questions.”