"The Wallace Railroad museum" Wallace Things to Do Tip by 10eke

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The small castle is the Wallace railroad depot. It houses a railroad museum that pictures a station around the end of the 19th century. The bricks that were used to build the depot were used as ballast on ships returning from China. In 1986 the building was in the way of Interstate I-90 and had to be moved 200 feet to its current location. The I-90 can be seen in the background of the picture.

Address: 219 Sixth Street
Wallace, ID 83873

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  • Written Oct 4, 2002
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