MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- The Memphis Railroad and Trolley Museum will have its grand opening Saturday.
Activities will include safety presentations, equipment exhibits from Amtrak and the Canadian National Railroad, and a program about the Frisco Bridge.
The safety program will be done by Tennessee Operation Lifesaver and the Memphis Area Transit Authority, which received a grant from the Federal Transit Administration for the outreach work.
The museum, at 545 South Main Street, opened to the public April 1.
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