Like most people growing up I had a fascination with trains and this museum allows you to get up and close with some vintage railroad cars, steam engines and cabooses. They even have a model railroad display, but it isn't open because of the damage from Ike. In fact the museum lost a couple of their rail cars from the hurricane. Admission is 6 dollars as of April 2012, but you can only view a few of the cars instead of the many you could walk through before Ike. If you've seen the Railroad Museum before you may want to skip it. On Saturdays they offer a train ride for an extra charge. One thing I found annoying is over the speakers they play a continuous audio loop of what sounds like a steam engine departing a station. The train's bell sounds as like it's "dragging" like an old cassette tape.
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