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Uncle Al
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Railroad Museums

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For anyone in the mid-west portion of the U.S.A. you might
be interested in the Illinois Railway Museum at Union, Illinois.

A visit there would be a fun-filled weekend, cause it sure looks
like you can't 'see-it-all' in one day :D

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Re: Railroad Museums

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Uncle Al wrote:For anyone in the mid-west portion of the U.S.A. you might
be interested in the Illinois Railway Museum at Union, Illinois.
A visit there would be a fun-filled weekend, cause it sure looks
like you can't 'see-it-all' in one day :D
Uncle Al
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I have been there and you are right you can not see it all in one day. In fact you could stay for a week and still not see it all. It is a great place for a long week-end for train lovers and railroad history buffs. :D
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Re: Railroad Museums

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I love that place, been there often.
But now that I am somewhat Handy-caped, I can not do much walking.
Great place to spend a day.
Rader

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