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Fine Arts Center offers train station memorabilia

While the historic Pulaski train station may never return to the exact appearance of its heyday, there are still small reminders of how the station once was.
The Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley has a collection of those reminders, including artwork and more, for sale in the center’s gift shop.
Among the artwork are pen-and-ink drawing prints of the station, created by artist Brian Hart. The drawing was done in 1994, the year the station was rededicated after being completely restored.
The FAC also has matted color prints of the station by artist Ron King, which were created in 1985.
In addition, the FAC has historic prints of the station when it was known as the Norfolk and Western Railway Station. These were drawn by artist James T. Harman.
Along with the artwork, the center has Pulaski train station Christmas tree ornaments, postcards made from historic black-and-white photographs of the train station, novelty items (such as t-shirts, whistles and conductor’s hats), and the “Men of the Rail,” a DVD which documents the “history, family and friends who called the North Carolina Branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad Company their home.”
For information about prices and purchasing these items, contact the FAC at (540) 980-7363.
The Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley is located at 21 W. Main St. in Pulaski.

Fine Arts Center offers train station memorabilia

While the historic Pulaski train station may never return to the exact appearance of its heyday, there are still small reminders of how the station once was.
The Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley has a collection of those reminders, including artwork and more, for sale in the center’s gift shop.
Among the artwork are pen-and-ink drawing prints of the station, created by artist Brian Hart. The drawing was done in 1994, the year the station was rededicated after being completely restored.
The FAC also has matted color prints of the station by artist Ron King, which were created in 1985.
In addition, the FAC has historic prints of the station when it was known as the Norfolk and Western Railway Station. These were drawn by artist James T. Harman.
Along with the artwork, the center has Pulaski train station Christmas tree ornaments, postcards made from historic black-and-white photographs of the train station, novelty items (such as t-shirts, whistles and conductor’s hats), and the “Men of the Rail,” a DVD which documents the “history, family and friends who called the North Carolina Branch of the Norfolk and Western Railroad Company their home.”
For information about prices and purchasing these items, contact the FAC at (540) 980-7363.
The Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley is located at 21 W. Main St. in Pulaski.