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Brodhead's new mural honors railroad heritage, city notables
Visitors to Brodheads Covered Bridge Days attend the unveiling of a new mural depicting the towns train depot created by artist Mathew Sharum Saturday, Aug. 10. (Times photos: Anthony Wahl)
BRODHEAD - It's hard to imagine now in this era of car travel, but at one time a passenger train ran between Brodhead and Monroe. Paul Douglas remembers taking that train as a kid in the early 1960s. Along the way, he and his friends kept themselves entertained by singing "99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall."