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Wonderful $1,000,000 historic monument created, built and supported by small and large private donations and opened to the public without charge on the northeast corner of the Missouri State Fairgrounds at the intersection of Highway 65 and 16th Street in Sedalia, Missouri (70 miles east...More
Went to visit the Trails End at the Fairgrounds earlier in the month.What a experience.You get the whole experience of a cattle Drive.Between the Train cars to the water tower.The landscaping is well thought of.Come visit,bring your camera.
If you love trains and the history of trains this is a great stop. I have taken my children several times. its a small stop that only takes about an hour to enjoy, but is well worth the stop. it makes history fun and you...More
It took some time to raise the money for this. Right at the corner of 65 Highway and 16th street, it is also the corner of the Missouri State Fair Grounds. A great symbol of the fair and the Midwest flair. Don't miss it!
Many of the elder set may recall the old television series "Rawhide" which gave
Clint Eastwood his start in the industry. Long story short before railroads extended
into the west many drovers brought herds of cattle to Sedalia to rail head and would