Faces of Railroading and the Making of Madison and Dane County looks at the historic role railroaders have played in this mid-western town, as they did in so many other communities. The exhibition takes a focused look on the individual workers, the unsung heroes of the rail lines, and highlights the importance of the industry in the growth of the city of Madison, Dane country, and the surrounding service area. The photography exhibit is in the Sue Ames Room at the Oregon Public Library and is available to the public at the following times or upon request until March 14th. Saturday, February 9th from10 am - 2 pm Monday, February 18th from 5 pm - 8 pm Saturday, March 9th from 10 am - 2 pm For more information go to Center for Railroad Photography and Art. Questions? Contact email@example.com.