This past weekend, I took a trip to Lancaster and the Philadelphia area to visit the Stoogeum (3 Stooges museum), and along the way, stopped in Gettysburg to visit the Lincoln Train Museum on Friday. It is a nice little museum with some model trains, real train memorabilia, and a simulated train ride that recreates Abraham Lincoln's train ride from D.C. to Gettysburg to deliver his famous Gettysburg Address. Photography was allowed, so I snapped a few shots:
The "passenger car" below is the theater where they present the simulated train ride.
Below is one of two layouts. This one is static.
This layout is operating (by push buttons for kids) and has a couple of loops of O gauge and one loop of standard gauge.
On Saturday, after leaving the Stoogeum, we took the short drive down to visit Nicholas Smith Trains, where I managed to find something to buy on both floors.