Right in our own backyard. The story of who and how this all began is amazing. Its a huge complex. The ' ghost town ' tour is well worth the admission. Lots to see is an understatement.
If you love old cars, old trains, and old buildings - all in excellent condition, then this is the place .
The gift shop has a nice selection of trinkets. We had the buffet lunch in the rail car, over-looking the lake. Food was excellent. Staff very friendly and attentive . Highly recommend.
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