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We drove by this place and decided to stop. Glad we did! It was a very fun, informative tour. They have really tried to restore the railroad car to it's former splendor. We enjoyed the tour guides history and explanation of the functional parts of the car. Well worth the time.
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Jay Gould's Atalanta Railroad Car was interesting, in that it was decked out for the extreme rich of the 1800's. It was the symbol of this man's importance in the town of Jefferson, TX back when the railroads made this little town a thriving place or commerce. It is located straight across the street from the Excelsior House Hotel. The... 更多
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Enjoyed taking portraits there and my grandson had a blast on the car even though it was closed. Worth a stop.
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My half hour tour of the Jay Gould Train Car was well worth the $5 in admission. The train car is the story of the re-birth of Jefferson, how the town lost the train route, and the story of the richest train car that I have ever seen. There were four state rooms (bed rooms) and about two sitting rooms... 更多
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This is a must see! I was SO surprised at the elegant furnishings and the royal appearance of this railroad car!! Very nice!!
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To take a tour of this rail car, buy your tickets at the Excelsior House hotel across the street. The Excelsior House hotel website lists the tour times. Tickets are $5 to tour the rail car. The docent gave us an excellent tour of this beautiful rail car that Jay Gould and his family travelled in for months at a... 更多
The rail car has a really great story behind it, it was really amazing to step back in time and imagine what it would be like to live and travel this way.
We decided to treat my sister-in-law to a bit of East Texas. I had not been to Jefferson for about 30 years. It was a great visit. The "Railcar" is something to see. The tour was well done and informative. It must have been the "POSH" way to travel back then..Do take the tour!