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PLEASE BE ADVISED

From: Jerry Crane, President,
Train Mountain Institute

Reopening Train Mountain Site Phase One

Klamath County has received permission from the State of Oregon to start reopening from the lock down order under the States' Phase One Reopening Plan.

In accordance, Train Mountain will start allowing access to the TM site in accordance with the State's plan and our need to protect our employees.

We will not be opening the museum to the public at this time. The TM site will be open to only some members at this time.

Starting on May 15, 2020 those members that reside in Klamath County can enter the TM site to do volunteer work and/or to run their trains. No overnight stays will be allowed. Any local residents visiting the site must return to their own homes each day. The members must follow all social distancing rules. The members must not enter any buildings except those where they are performing specific volunteer work. The only bath room facilities that will be open will be the restrooms on the east side of the Central Station.

If you are a local resident that is planning on coming to TM, please call the office to receive the new gate code.

Access to the site for members that live outside Klamath County will possibly be granted when the County gets approval to go to Phase Two opening. Phase Two opening can only start, at the earliest, 21 days after the start of Phase One opening.

Approved by: Train Mountain Board of Directors Jerry Crane, President BoD May 14, 2020



You may contact Joyce at the Office
at trnmtn.joyce@gmail.com
or 541-783-3030 or info@tmrr.org



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