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This depot has been restored and populated with memorabilia with love and affection. The architecture is beautiful. Lots of classic RR memorabilia - chinaware - timetables - tools - equipment - photographs - etc. Stunning collection of 1 Gauge locomotives. Very hospitable and knowledgeable manager....More
Until 50 years ago travelling by train was the only way to travel. Better and more luxurious than buses. Depots like this one were the focal point of thousands of cities and small towns like DeQuincy. Many of DeQuincy's residents were employees of the two...More
A great outing for children, of all ages. The station is the original train depot from the early 1920's, with exhibits for all. There is even a real train whistle the kids can pull. Lots of fun for the little ones. Outside are train cars...More
Every time I stop at this museum, something else has been added or restored so I learn/see something new. If you like railroad depots/museums/history, this is a little gem.
There is no admission charge but a donation is appreciated.
Katie was a particularly good docent....More
A very nice outing for children who like trains. The depot is the original train station from 1923 with exhibits from that era and a real train whistle the children can pull. There is a very nice set up with a working model train. The...More
I love going to this museum throughout the year. They always have it nicely displayed and the kids love the model train display. Ask to pull the train horn!! They also have it wonderfully decorated for Christmas time. Also the Holiday express train also comes...More
We stopped off here on our way through DeQuincy as we had read that it was a good stop. Mary, who was in charge that day, was so very helpful and knowledgeable that she made our stop a delight, we were there for over an...More