I liked the fact that the engines in the roundhouse were arranged in chronological order with the "Tom Thumb"( a replica) first. There were Camelbacks, Pacifics, the American 4-4-0 & the "Allegheny". It was interesting to see so many varieties of engines & be able to compare them especially with the "Big Boy" & the ones in France,Switzerland,England & of course, Australia . The "Allegheny" wasn't as pretty as the others. It is a muscle machine built for power and is on record as being the most powerful steam locomotive. Like the "Big Boy" it has to be seen for the full effect to be felt. There is also a great collection of historic railway clocks.
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