Farm Heritage Museum To Host Train Show

The Farm Heritage Museum will host the American Heritage Railroad’s first train show in Greenville this summer on Saturday, June 14.

Railroad President David Kessinger told WGEL the show will include vendors with train models and other railroad-related wares. He said the railroad is also hoping to offer workshops for those just getting into the hobby.

Kessinger said the railroad’s “Blue Train” will be at the event and a free ride will be included in the price of admission. Adult admission will be $4 and children under age 12 are free. They are now accepting vendors for the event. For more information or to become a vendor, call 593-7742.

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