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College Again Aids in Success of Train Expo

An attendee at the weekend Toy Train Expo accesses railroad software on a Penn College-donated computer As it has for the past half-dozen years, Penn College again added to the tradition of the Toy Train Expo at Park Place over the weekend: donating a computer that was used to run railroad simulation software. Held intandem with Williamsport’s Victorian Christmas celebration, the 19th annual expo allowed model-train enthusiasts to share their hobby with the public in a setting that once was a thriving hotel for railroad passengers arriving in the city. In addition, General Services’ Don Luke and his crew brought in and set up the dozens of tables used for the train platforms at the expo. Photo by Mike Cunningham, chief information officer

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