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In Photos: 43rd annual Rogue Valley Railroad Show

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Coos Bay residents William Agricola III and mom Kim Agricola check out a model train display at the annual Rogue Valley Railroad Show Saturday in Central Point. [Photo by Denise Baratta]
Art Turner, left, of Central Point shows off his hand-built model of a EMD FP7 engine. Turner took four years to build the engine saying, “It was a labor of love with some cussing.” [Photo by Denise Baratta]
Vintage and collectible hobby train items are offered to buyers during the annual Rogue Valley Railroad Show Saturday in Central Point. [Photo by Denise Baratta]
Jake Lyon, right, of Eagle Point shops for hobby train items from vendor Don Marty during the annual Rogue Valley Railroad Show Saturday in Central Point. [Photo by Denise Baratta]
A fire scene is part of a larger 4-by-16-foot display of miniature rail, city and country scenes built by Randy Merrill of White City. [Photo by Denise Baratta]
Kyler Ellis, 2, of White City reacts as a “Thomas the Tank Engine” rounds the track while attending the annual Rogue Valley Railroad Show with his mom, Diana Ellis, Saturday in Central Point. [Photo by Denise Baratta]

Rogue Valley residents and visitors alike explored railroad history and hobby model trains this weekend at the 43rd annual Rogue Valley Railroad Show in the Seven Feathers Event Center at the Expo, 1 Penniger Road, Central Point. The show continues Sunday, Nov. 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More than two dozen exhibits will display model trains, toy trains, local railroad history and more. Look for model train vendors, a swap meet, raffles and more. Admission is $5, $1 for ages 6 through 12, free for ages 5 and younger. Proceeds benefit programs at Medford Railroad Park. See @roguevalleyrailroadshowmedfordpark on Facebook.