A wonderful experience for an individual or bring the entire family - this museum has something for everyone!
Start your visit off inside, where life-size statues of passengers draw you back to yesteryear, when locomotive transport was the main mode of transportation. This inner portion of the museum houses vintage china from various rail cars, as well as photographs from the timeline of the museum itself. There's an adorable gift-shop inside as well, that was once the train station's newspaper stand!
Once outside, find yourself amongst historic trains from past to present. There are several open and available to peruse. They are constantly working on preserving each train, so multiple trips to this museum is a must, as you never know which train will be open to explore!
Just around the corner is a small but worth seeing, model train exhibit. One of the employees informed us they were still adding to this exhibit, so it continues to grow!
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