1. Jim Duffy

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    Had a horrible experience there a few weeks back. My 84-year old mother tripped over a sign they had placed in the middle of the train platform walkway. With so many people milling around waiting to take the train ride, there was no way for her to see the long wooden sign feet sticking out in the middle of the walkway. She ended up tripping and falling, and spent the rest of the day in an emergency room with face, knee, and arm injuries. And the worst part of all is that the museum refused to pay ANY of her thousands of dollars in medical expenses resulting from the the fall. So if you go, be VERY careful of their slipshod safety practices. And if you get hurt, know in advance that they will not pay a penny to cover your medical expenses. We’ll never go back.

  2. Bhupinder Singh

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    The place is huge, kids loved the train ride. We spent the entire day in section F -round house. Kids loved the turn table. Lot of engines and train equipment to see. I would go again. Facility is was a old locomotive repair show. Has a deep history. Walking there give you a feel of walking in a old country town. Natural area is not maintained very well. The staff however was very friendly and good.

  3. Diego Posada

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    First time attendance to the museum during the Streamliners at Spencer event in May-June 2014. Excellent event hosted by an excellent museum.

  4. Patricia Smith

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    Took a group of scouts for the annual Rail Camp. All enjoyed the trip!

  5. Austin Reese

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    Awesome place!! I had to do comunity service here and it was well worth it. It was like i wasent even working. The employees are nice and respectful also the musem has some awesome artifacts. Deffenatly a place to visit again.