THE MKT: MORE THAN A RAILROAD
This year’s History Zone display focuses on the
railroad’s influence on the daily lives of its employees.
For many, the Katy was far more than a place to
work; being a Katy employee meant being a member of “the Katy
This exhibit illustrates how the railroad
impacted the lives of its employees—on and off the job. It
focuses on three areas: Katy employees at work, at play, and at
community events. As always, the “Zone” will contain historic
photographs and memorabilia associated with the railroad, in
this case, illustrating how the railroad touched people’s lives.
The “History Zone” is located in the Arvon
Phillips Recreation Center and will be open from 4 p.m. until 8
p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday during Katy
Days weekend, May 23rd - 25th.
For more information about the History Zone
display, contact Mike Brotherton at 717.1066 or Dave Mattox at
Don’t miss this very special “Zone” exhibit!