This was a very good museum that really did a nice job immersing you in the history of the Altoona area in terms of it's contributions to the "Pennsy" during the rail "heyday." The exhibits were well detailed and there was a good mix of actual artifacts, dioramas, information, and videos. I also thought they did a very good job organizing the floors related to the various aspects of the area's rail history. I also liked their emphasis on the people that were the backbone of the rail industry back then.
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