One of the Freedom Train’s 20 pair of artifact windows that dramatically portray different decades in America’s history is seen in the early morning twilight. The windows are lighted for night viewing while en route or on a site.
One of the Freedom Train’s 20 pair of artifact windows that dramatically portray different decades in America’s history is seen in the early morning twilight. The windows are lighted for night viewing while en route or on a site. Fresno Bee file
One of the Freedom Train’s 20 pair of artifact windows that dramatically portray different decades in America’s history is seen in the early morning twilight. The windows are lighted for night viewing while en route or on a site. Fresno Bee file

Freedom Train marking America’s bicentennial stopped in Fresno

March 11, 2017 02:00 PM

UPDATED March 11, 2017 02:58 PM

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