Basehor Historical Museum program looks back at Kansas railroads
A guest speaker at the Basehor Historical Museum this weekend will take a look at the path railroads have blazed through Kansas history.
William S. Worley, a history instructor for Metropolitan Community College and the University of Missouri-Kansas City, will give the presentation “Railroads in Kansas” from 2-4 p.m. Saturday at the museum, 2806 155th St.
The talk will address how the development of railroads shaped the state's past and how rail will continue to play a role in its future.
Admission to the program is free. It is presented with the help of the Kansas Humanities Council.
More like this story
- While rules attempt to keep meetings efficient, orderly, cooperation is key
- Kansas ponders new protections for campus religious groups
- Attitudes slowly changing as awareness of mental health issues increases
- Kansas urges court to let governor, lawmakers decide funding
- Disaster, damage numbers rise in Kansas