Passenger train to pass through
A passenger train is making a rare pass through the Sauk Valley today.
The National Railway Historical Society is returning passenger train service on the Chicago to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, route as part of a railroad convention based in Cedar Rapids.
The train of nine historical passenger cars from the 1940s and '50s, which is being operated as part of the organization's annual convention, leaves Cedar Rapids around 9 a.m. It will hit Sterling around noon, and Dixon very shortly thereafter, organizers say. It will not be stopping.
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