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Jamestown Can Toot Its Own Horn

November 4, 2012
By B. Dolores Thompson - City Historian , The Post-Journal

As I walked down Lafayette Street in Jamestown, I heard the whistle of the approaching train, a sound not heard for far too many years. I opened the door and entered the train station - it looked as I remembered it 75-plus years ago. I sat down on one of the benches, as alien to the human back now as it was then. The station was bustling with humanity of all ages, sizes, and shapes, reminiscent of an era of which my middle-aged offspring have no knowledge or recollection.

 
 
 

 

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