The museum is mostly housed in a boxcar. It is packed full of interesting artifacts and historical displays of the construction and operation of the railway. Railfans and history buffs will really appreciate the time and effort taken to offer these displays to the public. We spent about 35 minutes here. It is definitely not a tourist trap,but rather an interesting display of historical facts geared for people interested in U.S. and railroad history. We learned a lot about Mr. Flager, his family and the railroad he built.
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