Would you like to see the Steam Engine on Main Street in Bismarck, ND gets restored to operational? I think it would be really cool if they would be able to run the steam engine again. It would be really cool to put a train track around somewhere and have the Steam Engine give rides to people. Many people maybe have never seen a steam engine running in person. Seeing a steam engine run in person is really cool. I think that would be cool to give rides around on the steam engine.

Bismarck only has one steam engine and it's located on Main Street in Bismarck, ND. I think it would be great to build a huge train park in the Bis-Man area. Buckstop Junction has a bunch of train equipment, and Mandan, ND has a railroad museum. Main Street in Bismarck has a steam engine and a depot. If we combined all that stuff and got the steam engine running think of the great train park & museum we could have. I personally love trains and have always had a passion for trains.

I had a trainset in my parent’s basement and I loved sitting there for hours and watching the trains go around the track. I think building a train area would be awesome and I've only had the chance to see and ride on one steam engine and that was in Rolag, MN for the Steam Threshers Reunion. Would you like to see the steam engine on Main Street in Bismarck, ND get rebuilt?

 

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