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More train plaques in place

Lauren Boni (left) and Sharon Oldaker, staff members from the White Rock Museum and Archives, hold up one of the more than 30 train plaques installed beside the promenade by the museum last month. - Sarah Massah photo
Lauren Boni (left) and Sharon Oldaker, staff members from the White Rock Museum and Archives, hold up one of the more than 30 train plaques installed beside the promenade by the museum last month.
— image credit: Sarah Massah photo

Lauren Boni and Sharon Oldaker, staff members from the White Rock Museum and Archives, hold up one of the more than 30 train plaques installed beside the promenade by the museum last month.

 

 

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