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Amtrak exhibit in SA

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Amtrak is celebrating 40 years as America’s Railroad with a special exhibit train touring the country. The unique traveling display showcases memorabilia from 40 years of Amtrak railroad history and is stopping at San Antonio Amtrak Station Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 21-22, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Exhibit Train event is free and open to the public.

Representatives from San Antonio Missions National Historical Park will be present at the San Antonio stop throughout the weekend. A train-themed children’s activity area will be available, as well as commemorative merchandise for purchase.

In cooperation with the National Park Service, a limited edition National Parks Passport Cancellation Stamp has been created with the Amtrak 40th Anniversary Exhibit Train. The cancellation stamp will be available for one year and only at select stops along the tour -- such as this one.

For more information on Amtrak’s 40th anniversary, visit the official website at Amtrak40th.com.

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