End of the line for historic rail station in Washington?

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STEILACOOM, Wash. — Steilacoom became the first incorporated city in the state, in 1854. But its historic train depot has been sitting empty for nearly a half-century.

Jeff Van Sant has more on the community’s efforts to save it:

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    The company that owns the land dont give a rats ass about the building or the towns history!! Its sad really!! I mean really if the town – community comes together and fixes it what harm is that to the railroad company??? and say they turn it into a business or community area… they can pay rent on the land!! The company that owns the land only cares about the land and money! I hope the company will pull their head out of their ass and at least allow the building to be repaired for right now while other options are talked about!