To enjoy the museum, I think you'd need to be old enough to know who Jimmy Rodgers was. The times were hard and his was harder than most. He lived with steam trains and died early with TB. Suggested as the contributor of some of the early great country music. A legend and pioneer.
The museum is small and somewhat hard to find. It's array of memorbilia is somewhat disjointed but a very good snapshot of the man.
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