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Burton Bros. Station being recycled

2013-11-07 - 221 Corporate Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Sandy Pyles. The first load of the material from the demolition of the Columbia landmark building, the Burton Bros. Station at the corner of Fairground Street and Campbellsville Street, arrived at Pyles Demolition Recycling Wednesday, November 6, 2013. About 75 percent of the material will salvaged and reused. At least one of the bricks from the station will go to Rabon "Toon" Burton, who has so many fond memories of Burton Bros. Station, a big part of his family memories. Clicking ReadMore accesses a series of photos by Rob Wilkerson showing the one day demolition of the building
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