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  • New train car arrives at Myrtle Beach Train Depot

    The historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot hasn’t welcomed arrivals for decades, but on Friday, a new train car arrived on the tracks. The 53-foot boxcar was purchased for $10,000 by the City of Myrtle Beach to expand meeting space at the depot, which has become one of the most popular places for meetings, parties and wedding receptions.

The historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot hasn’t welcomed arrivals for decades, but on Friday, a new train car arrived on the tracks. The 53-foot boxcar was purchased for $10,000 by the City of Myrtle Beach to expand meeting space at the depot, which has become one of the most popular places for meetings, parties and wedding receptions. Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com
The historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot hasn’t welcomed arrivals for decades, but on Friday, a new train car arrived on the tracks. The 53-foot boxcar was purchased for $10,000 by the City of Myrtle Beach to expand meeting space at the depot, which has become one of the most popular places for meetings, parties and wedding receptions. Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com

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November 29, 2017 03:09 PM

UPDATED November 30, 2017 11:59 AM

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