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Greenville train depot burns to the ground

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3/24/2013
 
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Yesterday afternoon a fire broke out at the former Western Pacific train depot building in  Greenville.   The building burned to the ground.   The depot building was moved about 25 years ago from its location near the tracks to a community park about a mile away. There had been hopes of restoring the depot someday.    Photos by Marsha Ebersole and Lee Crosse.
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