Laying the groundwork


Ohio Valley Bank employees helped lay railroad ties for the Gallipolis Railroad Freight Station Museum Thursday. At front left, Vicky Wamsley leads a pulling effort with Shelly Angel, while Kyla Carpenter and Laura Conger help carry the rear of the tie. Ritchie Spears, Faron Sanders, Brian Roush and Larry Russell were also on hand to move ties. Museum officials say the building’s roof replacement is complete and the exterior of the structure is fully painted.

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Ohio Valley Bank employees helped lay railroad ties for the Gallipolis Railroad Freight Station Museum Thursday. At front left, Vicky Wamsley leads a pulling effort with Shelly Angel, while Kyla Carpenter and Laura Conger help carry the rear of the tie. Ritchie Spears, Faron Sanders, Brian Roush and Larry Russell were also on hand to move ties. Museum officials say the building’s roof replacement is complete and the exterior of the structure is fully painted.
http://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2017/08/web1_DSC_0431-1.jpgOhio Valley Bank employees helped lay railroad ties for the Gallipolis Railroad Freight Station Museum Thursday. At front left, Vicky Wamsley leads a pulling effort with Shelly Angel, while Kyla Carpenter and Laura Conger help carry the rear of the tie. Ritchie Spears, Faron Sanders, Brian Roush and Larry Russell were also on hand to move ties. Museum officials say the building’s roof replacement is complete and the exterior of the structure is fully painted. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune