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Bunker Hill Train Club Hosts Open House to Preserve Railroads' History

Community members who shared an interest in trains' historical stories were able to view a scale layout built by the club members.
BUNKER HILL, Wv. - The Bunker Hill Train Club held an open house Sunday with hopes of gathering more members to join and raise money. 


The club has 28 members and was started in the year 2000. Every Tuesday night, the members work on a scale layout. There is over seven scale miles of track.


The club building has railroad artifacts and a caboose they are restoring that came from Hagerstown.


The club is is always looking for help in preserving historical landmarks, memorabilia and in promoting the knowledge of railroads.


"Trains, as far as unique, as far as how you can build different cities and towns and just get into your own area on how you want to do things by making your own little world," says Joe Vanorsdale, president of Bunker Hill Train Club.

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