ROANOKE, Va. – Members of the African American Norfolk & Western Heritage Group in Roanoke stepped behind a curtain and took their first look at how the Virginia Museum of Transportation will present their history.
“I think it’s great,” said Carroll Swain, 87, one of the group’s founding members. “Right now I think it’s something that people definitely want to see.”
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