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Train clinic at Hayes museum

• Dec 27, 2017 at 6:00 PM

FREMONT — Do you have questions about model trains? Does your model train need some repair?

Veteran model train hobbyist Ken Fullenlove, Sr. can help at the annual Model Train Clinic on Jan. 6 at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

Fullenlove can give expert advice about train repair and help estimate the value of some trains.

The clinic is from 1 to 4 p.m. Cost is $2 per person or free with the purchase of a museum ticket.

Attendees also can see the “Hayes Train Special” model train display, which is open through Jan. 7. This holiday display includes six trains and two trolleys winding through a Victorian winter wonderland reminiscent of President Rutherford B. Hayes’ day.

They can try running their model trains on the “Hayes Train Special” tracks. The display fits O-gauge, standard and G-gauge trains.

If their is inclement weather, the train clinic will be canceled. For updates, visit rbhayes.org and the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums’ social media pages.

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