National Orphan Train Complex Unveils 25th Orphan Train Rider Statue, Cloud County Museum

Bronze Children Garden Statues  of a boy pushing a wheelbarow

A bronze statue of a boy pushing a wheelbarrow from Randolph Rose Collection. See the statue here.

The National Orphan Train Complex in Concordia unveiled the 25th Orphan Train Rider Statue on Friday, April 5th at the Cloud County Historical Society Museum in Concordia.

The statue, sponsored by the Morgan Family in honor of Lyle and Joan Morgan, honors rider Rudolph Ernest Jubelt....

...The National Orphan Train Complex is reproducing the famous bronze statues of children at play on their grounds throughout the entire community by matching businesses and organizations in Concordia with a bronze statue that pays tribute to an orphan train rider.

The statues come from the Randolph Rose Collection in Yonkers, New York, a family-owned and operated company that specializes in handmade bronze garden sculpture, statues, fountains and accessories for home, garden and public spaces.


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