KIDS, RAILROADS, PEOPLE & ACTIVITIES

STORIES OF A SMALL RAILROAD TOWN

IN THE 1930'S, 40'S & 50'S

...........by George.       John R. Warren

D. RIXMANN HARDWARE & LUMBER

Rixmann's was a fascinating place for a young boy to visit. They had glass a enclosed case on the left where they had knives, pliers, hammers, and all sorts of such interesting tools. Off to the right was a rather cluttered collection of bigger hardware items on the floor or hanging from the walls. Walking on thru, there was a counter and office on the left. Beyond that was the lumber yard, with lumber storage buildings and all kinds of lumber.




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