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Railroaders Memorial Museum, Lobby
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The Railroaders Memorial Museum in Altoona, PA, commemorates what was the largest railroad facility in the world and the people who worked there.  In the 1920s, the Pennsylvania Railroad's works in Altoona employed 15,000 people.

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