In the 1980s, the town began a program of revitalization that included building kiosks and planting trees in the downtown area. Included in these improvements was this long, one-story brick station with wooden brackets beneath the deep eaves. It was renovated with new railings, trim, metal roof, and hipped-roof dormers. The former station now accommodates the Chamber of Commerce and spaces for community events.
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Historic Southern Railway Station
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