SUN-STAR FILE PHOTO BY LISA JAMES
Ken Riggleman, 68, has once again turned a corner of his Merced property into a operational model train display featuring trains, planes and automobiles through the ages. Riggleman began collecting model trains on a cross country road trip in 2005, setting up his display upon returning that year and again in 2006.
SUN-STAR FILE PHOTO BY LISA JAMES Ken Riggleman, 68, has once again turned a corner of his Merced property into a operational model train display featuring trains, planes and automobiles through the ages. Riggleman began collecting model trains on a cross country road trip in 2005, setting up his display upon returning that year and again in 2006.
SUN-STAR FILE PHOTO BY LISA JAMES Ken Riggleman, 68, has once again turned a corner of his Merced property into a operational model train display featuring trains, planes and automobiles through the ages. Riggleman began collecting model trains on a cross country road trip in 2005, setting up his display upon returning that year and again in 2006.

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August 10, 2011 11:23 AM

Ken Riggleman is no stranger to Merced City Council

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