Train enthusiasts and exhibitors from across the region gathered in Livingston today for the 22nd annual Railroad Swap Meet.

The Livingston Depot Center hosted the event and was once home to the historic Northern Pacific railroad station.

Coordinators say the swap meet saw a great turnout and featured railroad antiques, memorabilia, books, photos and collectibles.

Attendees also got a chance to check out several large scale model trains...exact replicas of the real thing.

Coordinators say it's an event for people of all ages.

"From two years old to...In fact, two years ago, they had a lady down here. She was on a walker so, when I helped her up the stairs I said, 'Was it worth it?' She says, 'Honey, I'd do it again. This is how I'm celebrating my 100th birthday,'" says

The Livingston Model Railroad club meets Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7pm in the Depot Baggage Room.

The public is welcome to attend.