Rocky Brook Rocket departs for California

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Photo by Robert Noles The Rocky Brook Rocket is far from its home at Municipal Park; more than 2,000 miles away in California. The miniature train, that has been a historical part of Opelika since the 1950s, is in the midst of a 6-month restoration project by RMI Railworks, Inc in Camarillo, Calif. Opelika’s Parks and Recreation department began a campagin to raise the funds for the project last summer and quickly reached its goal of $70,000. The Rocket is expected to be back in Opelika by the spring of next year.
Photo by  Robert Noles The Rocky Brook Rocket is far from its home at Municipal Park; more than 2,000 miles away in California. The miniature train, that has been a historical part of Opelika since the 1950s, is in the midst of a 6-month restoration project by RMI Railworks, Inc in Camarillo, Calif. Opelika’s Parks and Recreation department began a campagin to raise the funds for the project last summer and quickly reached its goal of $70,000. The Rocket is expected to be back in Opelika by the spring of next year.
Photo by
Robert Noles
The Rocky Brook Rocket is far from its home at Municipal Park; more than 2,000 miles away in California. The miniature train, that has been a historical part of Opelika since the 1950s, is in the midst of a 6-month restoration project by RMI Railworks, Inc in Camarillo, Calif. Opelika’s Parks and Recreation department began a campagin to raise the funds for the project last summer and quickly reached its goal of $70,000. The Rocket is expected to be back in Opelika by the spring of next year.

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