FREE National Train Day Event in Fort Worth & Dallas – Saturday, May 12, 2012

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Bring the family and celebrate National Train Day with local events at both the Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center and Dallas Union Station. Each station will have their own special events including the opportunity to ride the train between both Fort Worth and Dallas events.

The Fort Worth National Train Day Event will include:

  • Operating freight locomotives and passenger cars on display from Union Pacific and BNSF Railway
  • Tours through an engine cab of an Amtrak long distance train and a restored original Interurban Trolley that ran the rails between Fort Worth and Dallas from 1924 to 1934
  • Operating model trains and historical train photo displays
  • Entertainment for the kids including balloon artists and face painting

Go here  to view a complete list of National Train Day events in Fort Worth and Dallas.

Details, details
What: Learn more about the National Train Day online, here.
When:  Saturday, May 12, 2012 ~ 10:00AM – 2:00PM
Where:  Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center ( 1001 Jones St.) and Dallas Union Station  (400 S. Houston St.)
Cost:  Event is FREE! Standard train fare will apply for riding the train between Dallas & Fort Worth stations.

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