Central Library Train Station
The Tidewater O Gauge Association displayed trains for all to view and experience at the Central Library in Great Bridge. The smoke from the stacks, the toot toot from the horns, miniature towns and especially the bridge made the wonder of trains come alive for all who passed through the library.
Lisa Townsend with her son Peyton of Great Bridge watched the trains go by.
Matthew and Andrew Evans were fascinated every time a train chugged by them.
Karl Stevens of Great Bridge brought his grandson Tyler Agnes to visit the train display.
Alexander Burkett of Great Bridge was ready to ride the train.
Kathy Murrell of Greenbrier delighted in the trains with grandson Jaelin Simmons.
Heather Sullivan with Dylan, Cian and Jillian.
Trains going by.
3-year-old Davis waited for the next train to come by.
Malcolm Fowler was amazed at the many trains zooming by.
The TOGA train display brought joy to 7-year-old twins, Elijah and Jeremiah Peebles of Greenbrier.
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