Kids of all ages will enjoy this free museum. You can get in almost all of the engines and cars; very hands on. I personally loved the memorabelia collected through the years. They even have two switching rooms set up, a true rarity as most were trashed many years ago.
It's run by a bunch of nice old retired railroad fellows for the most part. They have a wealth of knowledge about the trains that have passed through this area.
Finally, don't miss this attraction if you love trains.... and who doesn't? Really.
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