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TheGenealogist Releases 60,000 British Railway Worker Records

The following news release is from TheGenealogist releases 60,000 railway worker records. ● More than 60,000 railway workers have been added to the Occupational Records on TheGenealogist ● Find details of railway ancestors, where they were employed and what they did ● Trace your railway worker ancestor’s careers through their promotions ● Discover when […]

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Kearney, Nebraska’s Trails & Rails Museum to Build a Family History Center

The Trails & Rails Museum in Kearney, Nebraska has announced plans to build a $3.1 million family history center meant to house artifacts, offices, space for traveling exhibits, a conference room and a gift shop on adjacent land. The museum board of directors would like to break ground in September and open the building to […]

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Photos of Delaware’s Jackson & Sharp Company Trains Being Exhibited & Planned to Go Online at the Delaware Public Archives Website.

The following excerpt is from the January 4, 2011 edition of the Milford Beacon: Dover, Del. — From Hawaii to Germany to Delaware, railroad enthusiasts everywhere clamor for photos of Jackson and Sharp Company trains. The Delaware Public Archives is the keeper of 4,000 of those images, drawings and documents, and is putting a chunk […]

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