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North Alabama Railroad Museum-Depot

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The bright yellow and green train depot is a real eye catcher as you drive onto the North Alabama Railroad Museum grounds. Many things to see. Locomotives, Box cars, a caboose and other rolling train memorabilia.

©John W. Ivy

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