First, we were met by a friendly museum guide, who took us on a trip down the rails on a "jigger", or small rail car used to make repairs.
Once we got to the end of the line, we were able to look around an old railway station that had been restored.
On our way into the train station, Natasha noticed this helpful sign
Sam, Dave and Natasha taking turns as conductors.
The baggage room in the train station
Some lilies outside the train station
Once we left the train station, it was time to check out the many, many trains that were ready and waiting to be explored.
Sam checking out the power plant car
The dining portion of another car
A Saskatoon Transit trolley car
There was also plenty of opportunity to just wander around, and check out the sights...
Checking out the tracks
Operating the switches, levers, and signals
Having a chat on and old-fashioned telephone
A view south towards Rob and Ellen's, Pike Lake, and beyond
Sam driving yet another train.
Dave liked the picture on the right because of its striking similarity to a certain Tragically Hip album.
One last view down the tracks, towards all the sights we had just seen.
All in all, we had a great time, and were very glad that we stopped by!