National Museum of Transportation

This post was written by Lee. When we arrive at a new place I will take our list and write “All you Lee” next to the places I don’t really care about and Lee will visit them on one of my work days. This was one of those places – Tracy

One of the places I wanted to see was the National Museum Transportation, which is out of town a little bit, but not far off the Interstate, which makes it not a bad drive. As you can see in the pictures below, the parking lot is huge and has plenty of room for big rigs.

The museum itself is in several different buildings, and spread out over a pretty large area. It’s mostly train related, with a handful of cars and smaller exhibits. This is a GREAT place for little kids.

That’s alot of batteries- Tracy

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2 thoughts on “National Museum of Transportation

  1. I absolutely loved this place!!

    On Thu, Jun 24, 2021 at 9:08 AM Camper Chronicles wrote:

    > Lee and Tracy posted: ” This post was written by Lee. When we arrive at a > new place I will take our list and write “All you Lee” next to the places I > don’t really care about and Lee will visit them on one of my work days. > This was one of those places – Tracy One of the plac” >

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