Trains, military memorabilia draw crowd to Borough Day – News

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JACQUELINE DORMER / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Bruce Snyder, Kulpmont, shows off his Reading, Blue Mountain & Northern train excursion tickets as his son, Caleb White, right, takes a picture of him in front of steam engine No. 425 on Saturday during the 29th annual Borough Day in Schuylkill Haven.

Aiden Wessner, left, Jude Salata, center, both of Cressona, and Oliver Seltzer, Schuylkill Haven, right, play on the wooden train display set up by Mark Petrich, Schuylkill Haven, in front of his large LEGO display during the 29th annual Schuylkill Haven Borough Day in Schuylkill Haven on Saturday, September 24, 2016.

SCHUYLKILL HAVEN — The allure of a train ride drew the Kerlavage family of Shenandoah to the 29th annual Borough Day on Saturday.

Aimee Kerlavage and her husband, Kyle, brought their three children, Owen, 6, Oliver, 4, and Lyla, 18 months, and Kyle’s mother, Linda, to the celebration.

“This is our first time that we came down, and we came for the train,” Aimee said. “They really liked…

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