The Museum of Transportation Photo Gallery

Walking among the trains at the Museum of Transportation

David O'Brien

The Museum of Transportation has the nation's largest collection of old trains, including more than 70 locomotives. The museum also features an automobile center, which houses not only rare cars, but an impressive collection of historic fire engines. There are also boats, planes and even horse-drawn carriages. For kids, there's the "Creation Station" play area as well as rides on the museum's own minature train. Here are pictures of some of the things to see at the Transportation Museum.

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A Color-Coded Locomotive Shows Off All its Parts

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A Caboose at the Museum of Transportation

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The H.T. Pott Tug Boat at the Museum of Transportation

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A C-47 at the Museum of Transportation

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A Classic Truck at the Museum of Transportation

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A '57 Chevy at the Museum of Transportation

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A Vintage Fire Truck at the Museum of Transportation

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Inside one of the Locomotives at the Museum of Transportation

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A Locomotive at the Museum of Transportation

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Inside a Caboose at the Museum of Transportation

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The Silver Charger Locomotove at the Museum of Transportation

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