DELPHI, Ind. (WLFI) - 200 years of Indiana history traveled by rail to Delphi today.
The Indiana Bicentennial Train made a stop at the Wabash and Erie Canal Park. The three-car train houses a museum showing the history of Indiana since it became a state in 1816.
The exhibit breaks down the Hoosier state in to four categories: talent, land use, community and transportation.
Jeanne Scheets of the Indiana's Historical Society says it is interesting how history repeats itself.
"Many issues that we are dealing with as a state today, we dealt with for years," said Scheets.
"From political issues to environmental issues to economic issues. Those issues continue to resonate and be the same as hey were 200 years ago."
The train is staying in Delphi until Saturday evening. If you want to see the exhibit, it's open from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
This is the last stop for the train this year. Scheets says Lafayette is a possible stop when the tour resumes next fall.
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