We didn't take the paid train tour, and that might upgrade our review. The building's furnishings and furniture are beautiful! We enjoyed the luxury. The history part of the museum was mostly panels with information; would be nice to have a little video instead. Definitely worth the stop, and it seems the paid tour would have included more info about the history of the railroad. We've been to so many railroad museums we didn't want to spend the money, but in retrospect, it might have been worth it, especially when the whole area was engulfed in smoke and there was nothing to do outdoors.
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