Miller Park (Bloomington, Illinois)
Miller Park is a public park in Bloomington, Illinois. It is in the southwest part of the city, on a large block south of Wood Street and east of Morris Avenue.
The park features a pavilion, an artificial lake, a zoo, softball fields, two war memorials, and a preserved steam locomotive, its tender (rail) and a caboose from the Nickel Plate Road which formerly served the area. The park also includes a mini golf course, sand volleyball courts and a playground.
- List of historical sites related to the Illinois labor movement#Railroad Workers' Monument — description of the railroad monument and train
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