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Western PA Model Railroad Museum celebrates 30th Annual Holiday Display

| Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2017, 1:42 p.m.
Chase Lawler, 2, of Pine, plays with a train set at the Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Chase Lawler, 2, of Pine, plays with a train set at the Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum.
Sasha Myers, 10, left, and sister Rowan Myers, 8, watch the trains at the Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Sasha Myers, 10, left, and sister Rowan Myers, 8, watch the trains at the Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum.
Tanner Mitchell,1, and dad, Eric Mitchell, visiting from Virginia, check out the train display at the Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Tanner Mitchell,1, and dad, Eric Mitchell, visiting from Virginia, check out the train display at the Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum.
The Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum will be open until Jan. 14.
The Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum has many different scenes. Louis Raggiunti l For the Tribune-Review
The Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum will be open until Jan. 14.
The Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum has many different scenes.
Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
The Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum has many different scenes.

The Western Pennsylvania Model Railroad Museum in Gibsonia is always a popular holiday spot. This is the 30th anniversary of the holiday train display, which will be open to the public until Jan. 14. For directions and times, go to wpmrm.org.

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