Why (Almost) Every State Has a Train Car From the French

In February of 1949, four years following the end of World War II, an exciting shipment arrived in New York City's harbor. A ship bearing the words, "MERCI AMERICA," came to port where thousands of on-lookers gathered to see the freighter's cargo. The Magellan carried 49 boxcars filled to the brim with gifts of gratitude …

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