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Overall a great experience. Lots of artifacts, posters, etc. However it is very much a work in progress. The day I visited, they were selling food and refreshments. A little hard to get the food due to lines; and poor seating available. The food was...More
This is a nice piece of history. They have done a great job restoring it back to original condition. Cool to see a Depot, plus there's alot of old train stuff inside. And if your hungry later there's a great Italian restaurant across the street...More
Great for a short/quick visit of the history of the railroad. Original artifacts are wonderful to look at and the volunteers who have restored the caboose are a wealth of knowledge! Visiting time: 30 mins to 1 hour
My grandson loves trains and I visited this train museum on numerous occasion and event during 2016. The train historical society that supports this facility is very helpful and friendly with lots of train materials and a working train display
I have been here twice now, once when the Lincoln Train was there and another when it first opened. Its Unique, that it has all types of train related items !! If you love trains its a good place to visit! Very nice people and...More
While driving by, my family stopped to photograph the old train station. A volunteer (I forget his name) came out and greeted us and invited us inside the train station which is now a museum.
He told us some of the history about the train...More