‘Railfest’ chuggin’ into Train Depot

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Event will be Saturday

Augie Salzer

Riverland News

Trains have been a part of Dunnellon’s history since 1887 and has helped the small community to prosper and survive. The trains were mainly used to transport the hard rock phosphate from the mines to factories, which helped the area to boom and is celebrated every year as the Boomtown Days Festival.

The original train depot was built in 1887 and was replaced in 1908, a prosperous time in the town of Dunnellon and many grand homes were built during this time.

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