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North Alabama Railroad Museum-Grounds
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The bright yellow and green of the train depot is echoed in the former Chase Nursery Office building. This building contains the museums library which has numerous railroad related books, technical manuals, and videos.

http://www.northalabamarailroadmuseum.com/

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