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Menlo Park receives commemorative Caltrain plaque

 

Caltrain made a special delivery to Menlo Park on Saturday (Jan. 18).

In its ongoing celebration of being the oldest continually operating passenger railroad in the West, with 150 years of service, a train stopped by the Merrill Street depot, which opened in 1867, to deliver a commemorative plaque that noted the status of the city's station as a registered historic landmark.

Some of the City Council were on-hand, with Mayor Ray Mueller accepting the plaque from members of the Native Sons of the Golden West.

— Sandy Brundage

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on Jan 20, 2014 at 9:34 pm

Is anyone else surprised by Keith focusing on the cameras instead of focusing her attention to the speaker? She may have just found her new billboard shot!


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