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Nuckolls County Historical Society Annual Meeting


Richard Schmelling donated this train schedule to the Nuckolls County Historical Society at the annual meeting Sunday. It was the one hung in a Burlington Railroad depot in Superior.

Members of the Nuckolls County Historical Society held their annual meeting, Sunday, in Pioneer Hall, on the museum campus in Superior.. Society members and guests were present. Richard Schmeling, a Superior native and Lincoln resident, gave a presentation on the history of Nuckolls County railroads. He also donated a train schedule board, which was accepted by Nancy Meyers, museum curator. The board once adorned the wall of a Superior Burlington depot. Schmeling saved the board for posterity when the building it was stored in was slated to be burned as a training exercise for the Superior...

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