All Aboard for Eureka
There is an incredible city in northwestern Arkansas where hundred room hotels still stand as they did a century ago. Substantial stone buildings line streets winding through the Ozark Mountains. Eureka Springs was a boom town. The boom was not from gold or silver but from water, healing water from many springs near town. A railroad served this town from 1883 to 1961. That railroad is gone but a historic reconstruction carries delighted passengers from Eureka Springs through the Ozark countryside. Enjoy the sounds and sights of steam locomotives chugging through the woods. See a locomotive turned on a turntable. Watch a boiler "blow down". Enjoy the elegance of dinner in the diner. Marvel at Eureka Springs' past through almost 100 historic photos. See the great hotels of yesteryear and ride the tiny trolleys through the streets.
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