September 20th Special Days - Featuring 22+ Railroad Freebies!

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Friday, September 20, 2019 | 0 comments
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September 20th is... First Railroad Station Opened (1807), National Gibberish Day, Unification Day, International Day of Listening, North Texas Giving Day, Universal Children's Day (Germany), Feast of St. Eustace/St. Eustace's Day, St. Agapetus' Day

Special Days for Food: National Fried Rice Day, National Punch Day/National Rum Punch Day, National Pepperoni Pizza Day, National String Cheese Day

More Special Days: International Grenache Day, National Concussion Awareness Day®, National POW/MIA Recognition Day, National Tradesmen Day, Bright Pink Lipstick Day, Clean Up The World Weekend, National Farm Safety Day, Constitution Day/Pledge Across America, National Doodle Day (UK), Jeans for Genes Day (UK), Great British Beach Clean (UK)

PLUS - interesting books to read and free printables, papercrafts, kid crafts, activities, and coloring pages.

Want more Holidays to celebrate? Click for our Index of Holiday Freebies

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Image: Railroad Stations (Great Architecture), by Brian Solomon (Author). Publisher: MetroBooks; First edition. edition (December 31, 2003)First Railroad Station Opened (1807)
-- The world's first recorded railway station was The Mount on the Oystermouth Railway (later to be known as the Swansea and Mumbles) in Swansea, Wales, which began passenger service in 1807, although the trains were horsedrawn rather than by locomotives. The oldest terminal station in the world was Crown Street railway station in Liverpool, built in 1830, on the locomotive hauled Liverpool to Manchester line. As the first train on the Liverpool-Manchester line left Liverpool, the station is slightly older than the Manchester terminal at Liverpool Road.

Read: Railroad Stations (Great Architecture), by Brian Solomon
-- The exquisitely photographed journey begins with a look at the role of the railroad in the 19th and 20th centuries, from the passenger train's heyday to the present time, when nearly abandoned stations are being refitted for other uses. Find out about the different forms of stations, and how the needs of the region influenced the architectural style. Finally, see some of the classic stations barely changed since the first trains stopped there and take a fond look back at some lost terminals -- such as New York's original Penn Station -- now gone, but not forgotten.

Image: Wrought Iron Antique-Look Brown Round Wall Hanging Double Sided Two Faces Retro Station Clock Round Chandelier Wall Hanging Clock with Scroll Wall Side Mount Home DΓ©cor Wall Clock 8-inchRetro Train Station Clock -- This beautiful clock with a scrolled wall mount is inspired by the antique clocks that hang in train stations. This clock looks lovely on a kitchen or living room wall, and makes a wonderful housewarming, wedding or anniversary gift. It's unique two-sided design lets you read the time at any angle. The hand forged metal hanger and casing in a fine black finish add to the old world charm and style of this clock. Finished off with an aged ivory face and glass cover.

Image: 7mm 1:48 scale Model Railroad Building RAILROAD STATION Kit | The CityBuilder | Perfect for O scale Model Railroad layouts, scenery and dioramasModel Railroad Station Kit -- Now your train collection has a brand new station! High quality card construction self assembly kit. Realistic design. Sturdy and durable. Perfect for O scale Model Railroad layouts, scenery and dioramas. Contains pre-printed, precision cut, high quality cardboard sheets with a photographic instruction manual to help construct this kit. Requires glue, craft knife, steel rule and other optional items to cut, build and complete.

Railroad Coloring and Activity Books


Image: Conductor: The Heart and Soul of the Railroad | Kindle Edition | by Robert L. Bryan (Author), Kimberly Capuder (Photographer). Publication Date: January 17, 2017
Conductor: The Heart and Soul of the Railroad
Amazon Freebies:

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πŸš‚ Read Railroad ebooks for free with a Free Trial of Kindle Unlimited

πŸš‚ Free Railway apps

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πŸš‚ Free Railway games

πŸš‚ Free Railroad games

πŸš‚ Free Railway magazines

πŸš‚ Listen to Railroad LPs with a Free Trial of Amazon Music Unlimited

πŸš‚ Watch RailroadVideos for Free with a Free Trial of Amazon Prime

πŸš‚ Listen to Railroad Audible books with Amazon Audible, and Get Two Free Audiobooks

πŸš‚ Free Alexa Skills | Railway

πŸš‚ Free Alexa Skills | Railroad




Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities and Crafts:

πŸš‚ 19 Train Themed Free Printables

πŸš‚ Train Ideas and Printables | Making Learning Fun

πŸš‚ Printable Railroad Crossing Sign

πŸš‚ Trains Coloring Book 

πŸš‚ Train Printables and Activities

πŸš‚ Railway Timetables you can print

πŸš‚ Train Station Papercrafts | PaperCraftSquare.com

πŸš‚ Free Printable Shipping Containers

πŸš‚ Free Printable Model Railway Card Building Kits

πŸš‚ Rail Nation: Free strategy train game


National Punch Day
-- So many great punch recipes you can make today and serve in your favorite punch bowl. It's the perfect excuse for a party!

National Gibberish Day
-- dedicated to a type of speech that is nonsensical, or appears to be so. Gibberish may be random speech sounds that mean nothing, or it may be speech that means something, but is a specific jargon that not many people understand

National String Cheese Day
-- celebrates the stringy snack, usually made with mozzarella cheese. It is believed string cheese was invented by Frank Baker of Baker Cheese in St. Cloud, Wisconsin, in 1976.

National Pepperoni Pizza Day
-- Celebrate America's favorite variety of pizza. Almost everyone loves pizza. It is so versatile. Pizza can be eaten for breakfast (often cold), lunch, dinner and as a late-night snack. It is a very popular food for parties and events.





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