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Old Abandoned Looking and Restored Trains / Locomotives at Pennsylvania Railroad Museum

Category Technology
Date Added
LanguageTurkish [Türkçe]
28 Eyl 2013 tarihinde yayınlandı
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The Pennsylvania Railroad Museum is located in Strasburg Pennsylvania that sits in quiet Lancaster County. It features over 100 locomotives / cars dated 19th and 20th century that are old and abandoned looking as well as fully restored back to its glory. This museums goal is to bring these locomotives that were once the most used transportation source in the late 1800s to mid 1900s back to life. Through out the video you will tour the outside which has a few old locos waiting to be restored some sitting there for many years. There is also a turn table outside. Inside however are a lot of fully restored trains ranging from steam, to diesel, and to electric powered. This might not be the abandoned type video you are use to seeing from me but this place is worth checking out. It is open to the public for tours so check them out at www.rrmuseumpa.org