This complex, that sits on 31 acres, is the remains of a Milwaukee Road steam locomotive repair facility built in 1917. Of the 25 original stuctures the remaining buildings include a 6 stall roundhouse (originally 30 stalls), an operating 90 ft turntable, machine/blacksmiths shop, car/carpenter shop, sand house, a wooden sand tower, water closet, and engineers tool shed. Also located in the roundhouse is Great Nothern Steam Locomotive #1355 (listed on National Register) a Class H5 4-6-2 Pacfic that used to pull passenger trains across the northen US from Minnesota to Washington. Although currently under reconstruction it is open for tours on Saturdays. It's a very worthwile visit and an inersting look into the past. Of special note - not to be missed - AG/RAIL a weekend log festival the 3rd weekend in August which includes antique tractors, tractor pulls, oat threshing, railroad motorcar rides, live coutry & bluegrass bands and many, many more FAMILY oriented activities.
Amenities:In Room Wireless Internet Access. Telephone with Voicemail. Hair Dryer. Refrigerator. Telephone. Daily Maid Service. Microwave Oven. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non
Smoking Rooms. In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free). Hot Water. Coffee Maker. Air Conditioning (In Room). Radio/Alarm Clock. Iron. ...