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'It greeted our war dead:' Thousands push to preserve Raleigh's 80-year-old Seaboard Station

Then and now: Seaboard Station has maintained much of its original architectural character from when it was first built in 1942. (Image courtesy of the State Archives of North Carolina)Over 2,500 people are pushing to save Raleigh’s historic Seaboard Station. At a meeting on Tuesday, concerned locals will speak directly to City Council – hoping to explain the importance of the station’s history and present ideas for how to incorporate the structure into the new development.
Source: WRAL News

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