MADISON (AP) - A southwestern Wisconsin historical site will offer a special railroad-themed weekend in August.
Stonefield will offer Railroad Days on Aug. 17 and Aug. 18. Visitors will get a chance to visit the village's railroad depot, explore a caboose, inspect model trains and visit the "End of the Line" hobo camp, complete with samples of mulligan stew.
Tickets cost $9 for adults, $4.50 for children, $7.75 for students and senior citizens and $24 for families of two adults and two or more children.
Stonefield includes a recreation of a 1900 rural village, the estate of Nelson Dewey, Wisconsin's first governor and the state agricultural museum. The site is located in Cassville.
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