Monday, April 23, 2018
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Stretching across the rural countryside, miles of railroad track makes Judith Sutherland long for the experience of hopping on a train once in her lifetime.

Harry McGee raced the St. Louisan from Indianapolis to Terre Haute in 1915, proving an automobile could provide faster transportation than a train.

No one said teaching was easy. We hear from first-year ag teacher Rebecca Zeisler in this week's Field Notes. And, we take a step back in time at the Dennison Depot in Tuscarawas County, Ohio.

The Dennison Depot was booming in the late 1800s and early 1900s, and operated a popular canteen during World War II.

Shipping grain across the country is proving to be a difficulty for some farmers as trains are not able to haul enough and the barges on the Mississippi River have also been a source of frustration.
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