BUT the trolley museum is bare and disgusting.
All the cats are now relieving themselves all along the wall and it is just sitting there in dozens of old piles as guests walk in and out. Serious health issue! Great train ride. Entire trip took close to 5 hours at 20 - 30 mph. Good for viewing the mountains and winding clear streams. Conductor and coachmen were great at answering questions and providing historical facts about the area. We were there on a weekday in March and the train was full.
Make your reservations early. Aller vers. Sections de cette Page. Aide accessibilité. Adresse e-mail ou mobile Mot de passe Informations de compte oubliées? Midnight the trolley cat waiting for the Easter Bunny. He will be here Saturday April 13 during the tractor and engine show starting at 9am.
Carolyn and Harry Naggy did and excellent job in decorating the nest. Getting things ready and more festive for the Easter Bunny and antique machinery show this Saturday! If you are still waiting to purchase a rack of baby back ribs, the cut-off for orders is this Thursday, April 11th. Rib orders can be made on our website at www.
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We'll have tractors, antique engines, a mobile blacksmith, trolley rides, ribs, and a special visit from a snazzy Easter Bunny for a few hours. The Easter Bunny also said he would bring a few of his kin with him we all know rabbits are good at multiplying for the children to pet and enjoy. This would also be a good opportunity to have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny, so don't miss your chance! We'll have something for all ages of the family, so come out and see us on Saturday, April 13th and have some fun!
Sad day at the Trolley museum. Skunk the black and white trolley cat can out of the building.
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She was not normally let out and was enjoying being out and did not want to come in. She was enjoying being out side playing in the fenced equipment area south of the library. A man parked across the street let his 2 large dogs out to run free unleashed and sat talking on his phone. One large black dog got into the fenced area and attacted Skunk killing her. She was a delight, always running and playing.
Would scratch rapidly at the door to get in. She was born in the South camp and came to museum when the homeless camp was closed down. Another cat tail. Today we received a call from a person who said he had a cat with our phone number on its collar. When asked what was the name on the back of the tag add he said "Bell". We ask where she was and he said the city landfill of all places.
One of the employees was repairing a dump truck on the hill and found her there under the truck. He brought her down to the main plant and he called us. Bell seems OK, but was sure muddy and wet. Thankfully she appears to be alright and is currently recovering back at the museum. Hotel Miami Beach.
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Returning to the depot on the Creekmore Express Train! - Photo de Creekmore Park, Fort Smith
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