Talk:Gurdon, Arkansas

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The tracks where the light can be seen is not used by the railroad any more, and has not been used for some time. Instead, the railoard uses another set of tracks further off the path where the light would be. I am removing the warning sentence.

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I uploaded into Wikimedia Commons several photos that I took that are related to the International Order of the Hoo Hoo in Gurdon, Arkansas. I'm not sure how comfortable I feel with adding a photo or two to the Gurdon page, though, as I have not done that before.

Last edited at 21:01, 23 April 2009 (UTC). Substituted at 16:51, 29 April 2016 (UTC)