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If you love trains, you want to make this quick stop at the Depot! We randomly saw them on our way from our Storm Bowling tour.

We tried calling, but no one answered. (Come to find out, the phones don’t work well.)

We just happened to stop and find out they were open. There was a sweet couple there who volunteer. They gave us the grand tour and even took us into the actual train outside. It was crazy to see the living space of the brakeman.

After the tour, they gave each of the kids a bag filled with train magazines, hats and key chains. I felt bad we had to go through quickly, but I’d say you could spend 30 minutes to an hour. The kids loved every minute.

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  • Phone calls don't always work, we tried a few times to call. 
  • Best to stop by and see if it's open. 
(435) 723-2989

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