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Last updated on Friday, September 28, 2007
(INDIANAPOLIS) - The 2007 Indiana History Train is making its way around the state.
The exhibit is currently in Indianapolis, located at the Indiana Rail Road Company terminal.
It's open, free to the public, Friday and Saturday from 9:00AM to 6:00PM. It's a collaboration of the Indiana Rail Road Company and the Indiana Historical Society.
The train consists of three renovated Amtrak freight cars and features a free traveling exhibition called "Faces of the Civil War".
The exhibit will be in Wabash Oct. 4-6, Valparaiso Oct. 11- 13, Fort Wayne Oct. 18- 20 and Kokomo Oct. 25- 27.
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