Historic Railroads Week: Restoration of America's Train Stations

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Program Type:

History and Genealogy

Age Group:

Kids ( 10 - Adults )

Program Description

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Join us for five nights of programming from the History Consortium on one of America’s favorite subjects, railroads.

With changes in rail service throughout the country, many train stations were abandoned. Join Howard Burrell, history expert, and Antigoni Ladd, Adams County Historical Society, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, as they present on how several train stations found new lives as storefront businesses, apartments, or museums and that some cities used their train stations to open shopping malls, restaurants, and theaters. View the success stories of the survivors, from the Lincoln Train Station in Gettysburg, PA to the majestic Union Station in Washington, DC and Union Depot in St. Paul, MN.

This program is sponsored by the Adams County Historical Society, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

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Celebrating America fosters a greater sense and understanding of America's history and Carroll County's important role in that history by joining forces with private and public institutions around the county. For more information about the initiative, visit Carroll County's Celebrating America website.

Maryland Heritage Areas AuthorityA partnership program with the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority.