For people with kids from 2 to 6 and the kids are into trains, this would be ok. This is my second visit back and a few of the trains you could get on during my first visit are closed off. The lay out is haphazard and some attention by management to actual paths and what is an open exhibit needs to be seriously addressed, ie chain around round house trestle is not marked as to which side you can be on.
Since they have a newer diesel, old ski train, would be nice to set up platform for people to see interior of an older modern train. The folks that are there are volunteers, but this place could be so much more if the museum had the proper direction.
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