Summer 2014 Community Corrections Programs Newsletter
One of the more challenging projects Geiger Community Corrections Work Crews have embarked on is assisting with the on-going relocation of the Inland Northwest Rail Museum from the Interstate Fairground complex to a 30-acre site 2 miles west of Reardan. Geiger Corrections Work Crew Supervisor, Sgt. Jason Robison, likened moving a railroad museum to moving a mountain that comes apart in 100-ton chunks. "Certainly moving a train museum is more involved than moving just about anything else."
To make the job possible, the INRM constructed a rail route to the historical museum from existing spur tracks, and has secured the entire project behind fencing. The INRM expects to complete the move of their railroad col-lection to the Reardan site by year’s end and open the Lincoln county site to the public in 2015. Sanitation facili-ties, an interpretive center and railroad car restoration ex-hibit are planned. A well, plumbing, sewer and a building pad have already been completed. ...... read more in the "Summer 2014 Community Corrections Newsletter".
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