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Great information on the history of the railroad

Some really great information on the railroad. There are some old newspapers that you can read... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2018
Kathleen B
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Pasadena, Maryland
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Local bit of history

If you like history and railroad items, this is the place for you. We were a bit bored with the... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
Dena M
,
Ethridge, Tennessee
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

A small museum, but all for free, and a very nice train free to enter and look around in.
Old locomotive and some open wagons.
So so cute, and the neihgbourhood is just so beautiful!

Thank LasseB4
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Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

Some really great information on the railroad. There are some old newspapers that you can read through the display that I really liked. It was too bad that there isn't someone there to ask about the area. The old steam engine was amazing and the cars and displays are nice. Please be careful on the steps, they were a bit weak. It is worth walking through the cars.

Thank Kathleen B
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Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

From California and decided to explore a bit before attending a southern wedding. Google maps took us on some tiny gravel roads and we came upon this small town. After hitting some closed places we walked up to this train museum. Front door was locked but back wide open. So we walked the path around and took a self tour of the train and museum. Very old train. Went across the street for a soda and ice cream. Felt like I was back in history of at least 50 years.

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Reviewed 15 March 2017 via mobile

If you like history and railroad items, this is the place for you. We were a bit bored with the place. No one was there at that moment, so a colorful director definitely would've been a boost.

Thank Dena M
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

It's in an old train station building next to an old retired train locomotive. You will find lots to read and see. Read about the big train wreck and see pictures and artifacts. Very interesting stuff. Then drop over to the Soda Pop Junction for a burger.

Thank HGAL2015
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