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Since 1960, the historic East Broad Top Railroad has been in the headlines as proposed restoration of the narrow gauge line continues today. Helping to dramatize the importance of the EBT was the release of a hardback history book about the railroad in 1982. Taking part the presentation of a copy of the book to the EBT were, from the left, co-author Dr. Lee Rainey, Joe and Judy Kovalchick, former owners of the railroad, and co-author Frank Kyper.

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