All aboard for Train Day in Edmonds on May 10

May 10 is National Train Day and train aficionados are invited to share in the fun at the Swamp Creek &Western Railroad Association of Edmonds open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Swamp Creek &Western Railroad Association has been in the Edmonds Amtrak Depot since 1977. It occupies the former baggage room in the south end of the station at 210 Railroad Ave.

SC&W members will operate HO scale model trains on the 400 feet of track that meanders through miniature towns and follows the layout of the actual route over White Pass from Vancouver, Wash., to Yakima.

Children must be accompanied by adults to visit the layout room.

There is no charge to attend the open house.

For more information, leave a message at 425-257-9343.

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