Bill's Galesburg Journal
On the electronic Main line, this is more than just a flag stop, this is a Scheduled stop.
Carl Sandburg State Historical Site
The birthplace of Pulitzer-Prize poet and Lincoln biographer Carl Sandburg, the home shows the early life of the master. Behind the home, Remembrance Rock covers his ashes.
Provides a hands-on learning experience for children, with interactive exhibits, programs and activities. Great fun, while promoting curiosity, learning and exploration!
"Old Main" Knox college
The only remaining building that was a site of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates in 1858. Registered as a National Landmark, the building is awe-inspiring and an example of American Gothic Revival Architecture.
Opened as a vaudeville house in 1916, the Orpheum hosted countless stars of the stage and screen. Restored to its original glory, the theater is the center of cultural events-plays, concerts, and more!
A railroad historian with an Artists touch, Ron Hatch, created the Railroad Days posters.