By CLYDE FORD
Staff Writer, Charles Town
HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. - Several museums and trails at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park are scheduled to reopen on Saturday after months of work to repair damage caused by two floods in 1996.
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park spokeswoman Marsha B. Starkey said work will continue in areas damaged by the floods and is expected to cost $3 million.
The areas scheduled to reopen Saturday include: the John Brown Museum, the Industrial Museum, Black Voices from Harpers Ferry exhibit, the Hamilton Street-Shenandoah River shoreline, and the Discovery Trail on Virginius Island.