1880 Train

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The 1880 train was the first locomotive steam engine brought into the region by a bull team. Employees in the Highliner Eatery, located in an actual train car, say they have seen the apparition of a man in a brown suit.

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    222 Railroad Ave
    Hill City, SD 57745
    United States

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    43.9326225, -103.57342920000002
    Pennington County, South Dakota
    Nearest Towns:
    Hill City, SD (0.1 mi.)
    Keystone, SD (8.1 mi.)
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