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'All Aboard' for annual Model Railroad Show

5:21 PM, Mar. 28, 2013  |  Comments
The model train buffs at First Presbyterian Church in Fond du Lac include, from front left: Ray Meza, William Bacon, Ethan Wolf and Steve Zeigler. From back left: Bob Flaherty, Randy Bacon, Dennis Thompson, Jim Dvorak, Bob Krebs, Les Mier and Lew Smith.
The model train buffs at First Presbyterian Church in Fond du Lac include, from front left: Ray Meza, William Bacon, Ethan Wolf and Steve Zeigler. From back left: Bob Flaherty, Randy Bacon, Dennis Thompson, Jim Dvorak, Bob Krebs, Les Mier and Lew Smith.
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The model train buffs at First Presbyterian Church, 1225 Fourth St., Fond du Lac, extend an invitation to people of all ages to attend the 13th annual Model Train Show, which is being held at the church on Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Sunday, April 14 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Model railroad layouts, featuring Z, N, HO, 0-27, S, 0, and G gauges, will be on display. The Fond du Lac Society of Model Railroad Hobbyists will have their large HO-gauge layout operating on display. Come and enjoy viewing steam and diesel locomotives, operating layouts of all gauges, rolling stock and operating accessories.

The show is free and open to the public. Food will be available for sale on Saturday and Sunday by the Presbyterian Youth. Food proceeds help to raise money for the annual youth summer mission trip.

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