It is a verrry cold day in Dennison, OH as Grand Trunk Western 4-8-4 6325 storms by the depot, her train completely hidden in clouds of steam and smoke.
During World War II the Dennison railroad station was the site of a large canteen where 4,000 volunteers served an estimated 1.3 million service members as they traveled along what was a main line of the Pennsylvania railroad at the time. These activities earned Dennison the nickname "Dreamsville, USA".
Today this is the site of the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum. The 6325 is out of service but stored safe and warm in the Age of Steam Roundhouse at Morgan Run, OH.
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