Acting as tour guides, the Klamath County Museum took about 30 4th graders on a train trip between Klamath Falls and Eugene, Oregon. Learning about the area, rail travel and rail safety are just some of the things these students got to experience. BNSF also provided activity books to the students from Operation Lifesaver. Operation Lifesaver is a group that promotes railroad safety. The activity and coloring books discuss how to remain safe around railroad tracks. From the looks of it, everyone had a great time riding the rails.
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