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Expo attendees get a closer look at Max E. Ameigh's circus layout during the 2011 Toy Train Expo.
Expo attendees get a closer look at Max E. Ameigh’s circus layout during the 2011 Toy Train Expo.
Patrick M. Breen's HO-gauge display will return this year.
Patrick M. Breen’s HO-gauge display will return this year.

Penn College will be represented again at the annual Will Huffman Toy Train Expo, which celebrates its 22nd year this weekend at Park Place (800 W. Fourth St.) Two college employees are among the exhibitors of working layouts: Max E. Ameigh, a part-time faculty member in advertising art, and Patrick M. Breen, a first-shift custodian at the Bush Campus Center. In addition, Don J. Luke and his General Services crew (Breen, Brian D. Hopple, Patrick J. Kimble, Barry L. Loner Jr. and Jeffrey G.  Rotoli) brought in scores of 6- and 8-foot tables used for the train platforms. The event is named in memory of Will Huffman, whose sons, Bruce E., an instructor of media arts/video production, and Eric W., a shipping and receiving services worker, are also employed by the college. The Huffmans continue the Expo in honor of their father’s vision for the event: “A gift for the community for children of all ages.” Hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and noon-4 p.m. Sunday.
Photos by John Nevill Jr.

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