Not trying to be contrary here Mr. Mayor, just accurate. The Railroad Museum of which you speak is in "Union", not "Uniontown". Get off I-90 at the Hwy. 20 exit, head west, and follow the signs. I should know because our bottling plant is in Union. Along with its next door neighbor, Marengo, Union makes up one half of the Twin Cities of McHenry County. You are correct however in your assessment; the Railroad Museum is a very cool place to visit.
As for you Lokij, take Hwy. 18 west out of Beloit till you hook up with Hwy. 11. Continue west through beautiful and fragrant(state motto:"Wisconsin-come on up and smell our dairy air")Wisconsin farm land for a total of about 30 miles. You will come to the town of Monroe where you will find a real live, old time town square complete with an actual county courthouse in the middle. Surrounding the courthouse, is a collection of quaint shops and a classic Wisconsin tavern called Baumgartner’s, home of "The World’s Best Cheese Sandwiches!"
Baumgatner’s is supplied by numerous local cheese makers with some of the freshest cheese I have ever tasted. They are famous for their limburger sandwiches; a hefty slab of limburger served on fresh flavorful pumpernickel, topped with a thick slice of raw onion and a slather of spicy brown mustard. Pure heaven! They also serve a great reuben. Perhaps the only reuben where the Swiss cheese is more important than the corned beef. Baumgartner’s is a family friendly tavern with tons of history. It’s worth the trip.