Secretary of State Mark Martin hopes the “Toy Trains Exhibit” at the State Capitol reflects the Spirit of America mystique displayed by the railroad more than a century ago.
This month, the Capitol’s first-floor displays celebrate the tradition of trains around the Christmas tree and highlight a hidden Arkansas gem: the Ruland Junction Toy Train Museum of Heber Springs.
The exhibit features a variety of vintage and recent toy trains.
Be sure and visit the “Toy Trains at Christmas” exhibit at the State Capitol. The Capitol building is open until 9:00 pm throughout the month of December for those wishing to see the exhibit and other Christmas decorations.
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