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.

Ken Riggleman is no stranger to Merced City Council

August 10, 2011 11:23 AM

UPDATED August 10, 2011 04:51 PM

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