Bob Jekel, a longtime member of the Tri-City Model Railroaders, re-aligns the wheels of a railroad car that jumped the tracks Monday while setting up the club's exhibit at The Reach center in Richland. Club president John Pettigrew, left, also helps setting up the 20-foot by 28-foot modular display which is scheduled through January 28. Admission into the interpretive center is: $8 adults, $6 seniors (65+) and students (6-18), $ military and Reach members are free.
Bob Jekel, a longtime member of the Tri-City Model Railroaders, re-aligns the wheels of a railroad car that jumped the tracks Monday while setting up the club's exhibit at The Reach center in Richland. Club president John Pettigrew, left, also helps setting up the 20-foot by 28-foot modular display which is scheduled through January 28. Admission into the interpretive center is: $8 adults, $6 seniors (65+) and students (6-18), $ military and Reach members are free. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Bob Jekel, a longtime member of the Tri-City Model Railroaders, re-aligns the wheels of a railroad car that jumped the tracks Monday while setting up the club's exhibit at The Reach center in Richland. Club president John Pettigrew, left, also helps setting up the 20-foot by 28-foot modular display which is scheduled through January 28. Admission into the interpretive center is: $8 adults, $6 seniors (65+) and students (6-18), $ military and Reach members are free. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Model railroad exhibit on display at Richland museum

January 04, 2016 04:03 PM

UPDATED January 04, 2016 08:33 PM

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