The R.J. Corman Railroad Co.'s glass-walled train holding station, which sits on Lexington Center property, will be removed under the terms of a settlement announced Tuesday in U.S. District Court.
The R.J. Corman Railroad Co.'s glass-walled train holding station, which sits on Lexington Center property, will be removed under the terms of a settlement announced Tuesday in U.S. District Court. Herald-Leader
The R.J. Corman Railroad Co.'s glass-walled train holding station, which sits on Lexington Center property, will be removed under the terms of a settlement announced Tuesday in U.S. District Court. Herald-Leader

Lexington Center, Corman Railroad settle lawsuit; Corman to remove glass station

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