Seattle is welcoming a new King Tut exhibit in a unique fashion.
Amtrak's Cascade line train, which goes north and south through the Seattle, is now decked out with photos of the boy king himself.
The train is being used to promote the final King Tut exhibit before the ancient artifacts are taken back to Egypt. The train made a stop in Portland on Wednesday.
Amtrak says so far, the train is a hit with passengers, who are taking photos and spending time looking at the memorabilia inside the cars.
"Tutankhamen: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs" will be on display at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle through January 2013.
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