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The Crouch Line, the main railroad connection in Rapid City in the early to mid 20th century, will be the topic of a discussion at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Journey Museum in Rapid City.

State Railroad Museum Director Rick Mills and Spearfish author Paul Higbee will interview Russel Frink of Mystic, Jay Hendrickson of Hill City, Bill McBride, Helen Wrede and others who rode the line that was more formally known as the Black Hills & Western Railroad line.

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The Crouch Line is also the featured exhibit this summer in The Journey Museum’s Adelstein Gallery. It includes historic photos, a huge brass bell and a few of the sparse artifacts left when the route from Rapid City to Mystic was scrapped in 1946.

For more information, call 394-2535.

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