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Landrum will dedicate its historic Pullman rail car Friday shortly after its arrival.
The rail car is to be used for a railway museum at North Trade Avenue near the historic train depot. A museum board has been formed to oversee the project.
Willets Rail Services is hauling the rail car from Nashville, Tenn., to the city. A dedication ceremony will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at the depot. The first 50 people who attend will receive commemorative train whistles as part of the ceremony.
The Rev. Kevin Dalton of Landrum United Methodist Church is scheduled to conduct a blessing of the rail car. Landrum Mayor Bob Briggs will give opening remarks.
Landrum continues to seek donations or loans of historic artifacts from Norfolk Southern or Southern Railways to display in the museum.
This article first appeared on www.goupstate.com
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