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Connor Cook, 5, watches a steam train model at the Three Rivers Railroad Heritage Council’s Railroad Celebration.

Taking a look at train history

The Three Rivers Railroad Heritage Council’s Railroad Celebration continues today at the Baker Street Railroad Station. The theme this year is the Nickel Plate Railroad in the Tri-State Area, and displays include hundreds of items covering all past and present activities of this railroad and its successors.

There will also be three operating model-railroad layouts. The event continues today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $5, children younger than 12 get in free.

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