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Railroaders get together to swap tales
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The late Talmadge Pless, who served as Lula’s mayor, missed seeing his fellow Norfolk-Southern Railway workers after he retired. He told Boots Pitts of Mount Airy, another former railroad man, that he’d like to see some of them sometime. Boots contacted T.O. Franklin of Lawrenceville, a railroad retiree, and they got together a few times at Lula’s Corner Café.