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Upgrades coming to ABQ Rail Yards – New Mexico News Port
Upgrades coming to ABQ Rail Yards The Rail Yards on a market day. Courtesy CABQ. By Sara Atencio-Gonzales A historic fire station in Barelas could be the site of a new restaurant or shops if the neighborhood succeeds in finding the money to renovate the vacant 1920 structure. The station, near Secon...
Colores | The Story of an Albuquerque Railyard Family | PBS
Cecilia Navarrete, Cincinnati Art Museum's "Black Futures Series" and Tiffany Moyer.
Albuquerque Rail Yards Roundhouse
March 31, 5 pm. Join us for a Shabbat with Friends special gathering called Shabbat Night at the Museum at the Wheels Museum in ABQ. Roam through the museum, enjoy a festive Shabbat potluck meal and finish with an hour of singing our favorite Seder songs with the Oneg Shabbos Ensemble to get in the mood for Passover that arrives on a few days later. Pre-Registration is required to attend. A Shabbat Night at the Museum.
Do you have a few hours each month to help the Wheels Museum? Volunteers are needed so the Museum can be open more; run the model railroad trains, also help needed with events, marketing, fund raising. Call Leba Freed at (505) 243-6269.
April 1, 1 pm. Doug Figgs and Badger. Back by popular demand. By reservations only (505) 243- 6269. Doug’s show was sold out last year, so call early! Donation: $10.00.
April 8, 11 am. “Historic Albuquerque” Ronn Perea will present old Albuquerque anecdotes including delightful stories about our beloved Alvarado Hotel and the politicians, actors and entertainers who stayed there. This is a free event but, of course, donations are always appreciated.
April 22, Wheels Museum Day trip to Rancho De Chimayo Restaurante, El Santuario de Chimayo and the Santa Fe Plaza. Call Leba or Janet at (505) 243-6269 for more information. The museum is a 501C3 non-profit community organization whose mission is to create a transportation museum at the downtown Albuquerque Steam Locomotive Repair Shops.
May 19-May 23, Train trip to the Grand Canyon. Only a few spaces left.Scheduled through Amtrak Vacations, call Leba or Janet at (505) 243-6269 for reservations and more information.
May 27, 10 am. “Railroad Time” Historian Roland Penttila introduces you to Sir Sanford Fleming and describe how missing his train got him thinking about time and how we understand it. His work led to the world time zones and the standardized use of time that was a boon to the emerging industrialized world. Reservations (505) 243 6269. Admission is free, but of course, donations are gratefully appreciated.