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With first major donation and fundraising kickoff, Weyerhaeuser hopes to get railroad depot restoration … On the right track

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Posted: Monday, November 25, 2013 10:04 am

Growing up with a father and uncles employed by the Weyerhaeuser depot, Virginia Szozda recalls many family conversations dominated by the railroad.

“They were in their own little world,” she said. “Railroaders are like a fraternity; they talk their own language.”

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