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This is a very nice place to stop in while in Brinkley. It is right next to Low's Bridal which is in a 3 story 1900 era hotel. There is a lot of history from Brinkley as well as memorabilia. If Bill is there, you...More
This is a place for history and train lovers. The museum itself was the actual depot station. There is also some Louisiana Purchase history and artifacts from a local man who collected centennial celebration memorabilia. There is a beautiful original survey map from the Louisiana...More
The museum has an area where information on the Louisiana Purchaser Marker is on display. It is a small part of the museum, but has some good exhibits. There is a lot of history on Brinkley and the surrounding area in the remainder of the...More
It was an enjoyable stop. We were passing through and stopped in on our way. The old caboose was fun to walk through and check out. Two trains came through while we were visiting. Admission- Donation was $2 adults $1 children.
I took my grandson to visit the museum this afternoon and we really enjoyed it. The gentleman at the museum was very informative and nice. It is a wonderful place to be reminded of the local history. It would be a nice stop if you...More
This week we traveled on US-Highway 70 from Memphis TN to Little Rock AR. We had time enough and so we didn‘t take Interstate 40. It was a sadly impression, when we saw old buses, trucks and cars, covered with plants on the side of...More