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Junction City, Oregon. Called Junction City, because the railroad that runs through town, junctions two ways on the north side of town. This rail road was the main source of merchandise when the town

Junction City, Oregon. Called Junction City, because the railroad that runs through town, junctions two ways on the north side of town. This rail road was the main source of merchandise when the town first settled, and is still used and maintained.

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Date Taken: 08.2011
Date Uploaded: 09.2011
Photo Location: Junction City, Oregon, United States of America
Camera: KODAK EASYSHARE Camera, M532
Copyright: © Shyanne Morreau