The N.D. State Railroad Museum will host a free Railroad Day from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday in Mandan.
The museum features railroad cars, new exhibits and more than 3,000 square feet of display of small and large railroad artifacts, a model train display and hundreds of old railroad photos.
Kids of all ages ride the mini-train “Sky Line Railway,” behind a steam engine operated by engineer Ed Duke, of Hensler.
Telegraphic demonstrations will be offered by Larry Munson and Chris Heim, and speeder displays are by John Beck. This is an opportunity to share stories with railroad employees and retirees and visit the N.D. Railroad Hall of Fame.
There will be a hobo banquet with hot dogs, brats, chips and beans from 1 to 4 p.m.
The museum is located off Interstate 94 at Exit 152 in north Mandan. Proceed north on Old Red Trail to 37th Street, turn left, then turn right on 30th Avenue.