National Church Residences is hosting a celebration for the opening of the new Bristol Village Railroad Museum! The museum is an extension of the existing Model Train House, which opened in 2012.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled for Friday, October 25, 2019 at 10 a.m. The celebration will include refreshments and a tour of the new museum. Please RSVP by calling 800-223-9766. The Railroad Museum is located at Bristol Village, 339 Robin Road, Waverly, Ohio 45690.
- National Church Residences, President & CEO Mark Ricketts
- Waverly Mayor Greg Kempton
- Bristol Village Resident Association Chair, Darla Roseberry Chair
- Bristol Village Executive Council Vice Chairman, Jerry Flegal
Both museums are run by residents living at Bristol Village, some of which are former railroad workers who are part of the Scioto Valley Model Railroad Club. Several other village residents are involved in the operations, too. The garden club maintains the grounds outside the building, which includes an extension of the model train display complete with tracks and running trains. The woodworking club built many of the displays throughout the museum, which represent every model train scale from small to large. Some of the smaller layouts are confined to a single table, while others travel between rooms. The contents of the model train house are constantly changing.
The Model Train House is open to the public for tours every Monday from 1 to 3 p.m., except for holidays.
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