It's hard to believe spring has sprung and the summer months are pretty much here. That means our calendars will start filling up with spring and summer activities.

One of those is the spring open house held by the Amarillo Railroad Museum.

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It's More Than Just Trains At The Spring Open House

The title of the event does the best job of explaining what to expect. The theme is trains, planes, and automobiles.

The post on Facebook breaks down everything you can expect. There's a lot of people that are going to be involved.

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An Intense Model Railroad, First Responders, Food Trucks, Car Club...

...and a Pantex historian in a pear tree. There's a lot planned. The model railroad is epic and will give you an impressive insight into the relationship between the Texas panhandle and the rails.

Here's everything you need to know:

  • What: Amarillo Railroad Museum Spring Open House
  • When: May 14, 10AM - 2PM
  • Where: Amarillo Railroad Museum
  • What to expect: Food trucks, first responder vehicles, Texas Air and Space Museum, epic model railroad, car club, Pantex Historian, and several more guests

If you're trying to come up with something fun to do with the kids, this sounds like a pretty good option. Click on this link for more info.

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