"Margie"  Struthiomimus

A dinosaur with long legs built for sprinting, a long curved neck , a small head which had a toothless birdlike beak, strong arms with curved claws on its fingertips and a long stiff tail that acted as a counter-weight to keep its balance and not fall over. It may have lived in large herds. This dinosaur skeleton was found in the Glendale area in the early 1990s.

Model engines and train cars from a collection donated to the museum from the Ken Kubesh Estate.

Model Railroad Cars and Engines

Dinosaur and Fossil Display

Baenid Turtle: Extinct river turtle native to North America and found in rock formations known as the Hell Creek area. This group of turtles survived the 65 million year old meteorite impact that wiped out the dinosaurs.

Stegoceras(steg-oh-Sawr-us), meaning "roof lizard" is a small plant -eating dinosaur with a large thick-skulled head. This dinosaur grew to about 7 ft. long and 4 ft. tall and weighed roughly 170 lbs.