I like this locomotive crashing through the wall (click on picture to enlarge it).
There's a small museum which includes a Pullman car built in 1928 and used by Presidents Hoover, Roosevelt and Eisenhower. Reminds me of a big RV.
Here's a picture of the floorplan and some info on capacity, etc.
Here's one of the private rooms.
The dining room.
The parlor (called the Observation room).
I wouldn't mind travelling in one of these Pullman cars myself.
We also went to Taliesin West, the winter home of Frank Lloyd Wright.
We took the 90-minute Insights tour. I thought it was interesting how these pieces he obtained in San Francisco's China Town were incorporated into the walls of the buildings.
I also enjoyed the sculpture garden.
This is a great place if you're interested in architecture or Frank Lloyd Wright.