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Boone and Scenic Valley Railroad Boone

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Boone and Scenic Valley Railroad
225 10th Street
Boone
IA
50036
Tel: 800-626-0319

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The Iowa Railroad Historical Society is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization which is dedicated to the preservation of, and educating the public about, the history of Iowa's railroads. Enjoy learning about the history of railroading at the Iowa Railway Museum. Our museum grounds are open year-round.
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    A fun place for the family. The train ride was great but note on the open air car, there is a lot of debris that can fall on you from the stream engine, but all part of the experience. It's a long enough ride to be an adventure without getting boring. The bridges are a thrill and gives a complete different experience when your on the train going over the bridge than watching afar. Would do this again.

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    Always fun.

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