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Southern Railway station at Salisbury, North Carolina, 1920s

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Southern Railway station at Salisbury, North Carolina, 1920s
Rowan Public Library, Edith M. Clark History Room, Salisbury, N.C.

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This object appears in the following sections:


Lives on the Railroad: Salisbury, North Carolina, 1927
Lives on the Railroad: Salisbury, North Carolina, 1927 — The Salisbury Depot

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Currently on display
Not a part of the official Smithsonian Collection

In 1906, the Southern Railway hired noted architect Frank Milburn to design this elegant mission-style building in Salisbury. In addition to waiting rooms for the passengers, the building also had offices for the stationmaster, the telegrapher, and other staff.

Details
Date Made:
1920s
Dates Used:
1906
Locations:
North Carolina

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