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A train rolls though a bridge in Patricia Moss’ backyard in Yorktown, Va.
A train rolls though a bridge in Patricia Moss’ backyard in Yorktown, Va.
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It’s still fall foliage time in the tiny town of Sugarland. As the weather turns cool and crisp, life chugs on — the dairy farm supplies milk to the sugar refinery so the bakery and candy shop can provide lots of sweets for Candy Cane Village residents. The town, served by the Southern R&R railroad, is also home to the Donut Police Station, Red Hot Fire Department, Ginger Snap Park and Rollo Golf Course. Kids ...


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