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Monday, May 7, 2012

National Train Day at the Rail Yards on May 12, 2012


Come and join in the fun and celebration. The Albuquerque Rail Yards is open to the public this Saturday, May 12th from 10 AM - 5 PM for National Train Day at the Wheels Museum.
Located at the Albuquerque Rail Yards at 1100 2nd St., SW in Albuquerque, NM (from I-25, exit on Lead, turn left on 3rd St., left on Cromwell to 2nd street). There will be model trains and real train rides. A fantastic car show by the Rainbow Riders. Lots of demonstrations, food trucks, the world's fastest motorcycle and music by Twisted Mojo and Jasper McCoy.

You can also buy a chance to win trips on the Durango Silverton Rail Road and the Cumbres Toltec Rail Road!




Bring your friends, bring your family, bring your neighbors! Bring your cameras! If you have never seen the Albuquerque Rail Yard, get ready to be amazed. A stunning and historical architectural site which should be preserved as it is an important part of New Mexico's history.

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