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From: Jim Dent jdent AT erols DOT com
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 23:42:51 -0500
Subject: Elgin Tx. Union Depot Restoration
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Subject: Elgin Tx. Union Depot Restoration
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 18:06:13 -0600
From: David Colosky

My name is David Colosky, I am currently the general contractor for a
restoration progect on
the Elgin TX. Union Depot. I am Looking for the original drawings of the
building. It was built in
1903 at the crossing of H&TC and the MKT railroads. If you have any
info. or know someone
who might please email me or call at 1-512-748-0006. attached is a
picture of its current state.

David Colosky


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