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Train Station collecting photos and oral histories

Local citizens are invited to take part in returning the historic Pulaski Train Station to its former state, before it was struck by fire this past fall.
On Friday, March 13, Tiffany White, a historical preservationist associated with David E. Gall, the architect proposed to rebuild the Pulaski Train Station, will pay a visit to Pulaski with the hope of collecting photographs and recording oral histories related to the station.
"Her work will assist the architects in understanding the Depot’s rich history in the Pulaski area and help them refine their plans," explained John White, economic development director for the Town of Pulaski.
Anyone who is interested in sharing their memories of the train station, or who has photos of the station, particularly of the interior, is invited to stop by the engineering conference room on the second floor of the Pulaski Municipal Building this Friday, where White will be available to meet with people anytime from 10 a.m. to noon or 1 to 3 p.m.
She will tape record memories and reflections citizens have about the train station. Any photographs individuals may have will be immediately scanned and returned to their owners before they leave.
For more information, contact 994-8631.

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Train Station collecting photos and oral histories

Local citizens are invited to take part in returning the historic Pulaski Train Station to its former state, before it was struck by fire this past fall.
On Friday, March 13, Tiffany White, a historical preservationist associated with David E. Gall, the architect proposed to rebuild the Pulaski Train Station, will pay a visit to Pulaski with the hope of collecting photographs and recording oral histories related to the station.
"Her work will assist the architects in understanding the Depot’s rich history in the Pulaski area and help them refine their plans," explained John White, economic development director for the Town of Pulaski.
Anyone who is interested in sharing their memories of the train station, or who has photos of the station, particularly of the interior, is invited to stop by the engineering conference room on the second floor of the Pulaski Municipal Building this Friday, where White will be available to meet with people anytime from 10 a.m. to noon or 1 to 3 p.m.
She will tape record memories and reflections citizens have about the train station. Any photographs individuals may have will be immediately scanned and returned to their owners before they leave.
For more information, contact 994-8631.

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