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I called on a Monday when the Museum is open but not manned by volunteers, which was nice as it allows you to wander around at your leisure to enjoy look at the buildings and rolling stock. Although there is only a limited amount of...More
We booked our tickets for the after noon train ride in the dinner car. there are no refreshments served but you can bring your own. we passed thru many small towns with no railroad crossings so the sheriff had to block for us at each...More
The train is made up of restored passenger cars decorated with vintage luggage and big band music is played while you enjoy the fall foliage and the unique experience. It lasts about an hour and "passengers will please refrain" except for children and only if...More
We have taken our grandson several times. He loves playing in the caboose. We have been able to watch actual trains pass by several times and he gets a kick out of that. They are open on Wednesdays and offer rides in renovated trains from...More
I have visited this site a number of times and found it was closed. That said you might want to check the operating hours to insure you don't make a trip for nothing. Perhaps the Museum can post a message here for the sake of...More
The train museum is hidden in a valley North of town and East of A&M University. The indoor and outdoor train displays will provide hours of entertainment for parents and smaller kids who like to crawl on things. There is a good representation of past...More