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The End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum evokes the spirit of a small frontier railroad town. The End-O-Line is a fun and educational destination for large group tours as well as quaint family gatherings. You will be surprised by what you find! Our...more
This place is a true work of railroad history in the 1800s and early 1900s. Definitely do the tour also. The lady we had was a complete wealth of knowledge that is with the few extra bucks. The turntable that they used to turn the...More
This train museum is a hidden gem! We were camping nearby and decided to check it out with the family. We got a very detailed guided tour through several buildings and trains. There are also other old buildings to tour: school house, church, courthouse, general...More
We have been to the End-O-line Railroad Park and Museum many times. We started going when our sons were little and now we take our grandkids! It's a wonderful setting and stepping back in time is a great learning experience for all. Very enjoyable for...More
We took our 4 year old grandsons for a visit to this unique village apply named, End Of The Line Railroad. It is quiet and beautifully (volunteer) maintained at the edge of a pleasant village called Currie. Everything about this place is "a little piece...More
What an awesome facility high lighting the Steam Train era, birth and growth of the community of Currie. Suggest you do the tour and ask for a guide who can make this a trip of a lifetime. Bring the kids, and grandkids. They'll love it.
This is not a large park and museum, but it has a nice variety of historic buildings, and a train to explore. The play area for kids was something mine really enjoyed. It was a nice place to stretch our legs, enjoy the day, learn...More
We were staying at nearby Lake Shetek State Park and biked over to find this great little museum. For a little town there is quite the collection of railroad history that has been lovingly restored. The tour takes you through what a typical railroad depot...More