Worth the quick stop, especially after a yummy breakfast at the Lincoln Diner. The railroad is where you can begin to travel the footsteps of history in the shadow of Abraham Lincoln's journey as he prepared to visit the besieged town of Gettysburg. Worth the quick stop!
It is a nice place to visit. It is amazing how the trains ran years ago, it is a beautiful place. It is neat to see all the old things they used to run a train.
This is a free attraction. It is the train station where Lincoln arrived to give his Gettysburg address. The guide gives you some great background history on the station and how the town prepared for Lincolns' visit. They have a gift shop with a lot of train related items for children. Be sure to ask the guide about "Live long... 更多
A very interesting place to visit. We have visited several railroad museum's and this is one of our favorites. I highly recommend this museum of yesterday ole'. It takes you back in time and a lot of Gettysburg history too.
I stopped by to get in out of the sun for a few minutes. Not much to see but it was free so I looked around which only took about 3 minutes. Can't go wrong for the price.
We only had a half hour for our visit and wish we could have spent a bit more time. Well worth stopping if you're in downtown Gettysburg
A neat little building with a lot of history. It's free so if you're in the area stop in for 10 minutes or so and look around and learn a thing or two. Free tourist info such as maps are also available.
Visited during the Gettysburg address weekend. I assume it was finally acquired by the foundation. Restored nicely. Staff informative and NP guide in the evening prior to Remembrance Day gave nice "talk". Worth a few minutes walk from the center circle.
Knowledgeable staff who are glad to share what they know. The building is quite well-maintained. Handicapped accessible and close to parking building.