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Cotton Belt Depot Museum

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The St. Louis Southwestern Railroad, best known as the Cotton Belt, was originated in Tyler as the Tyler Tap, a narrow gaunge line built to carry cotton and produce to the town of Big Sandy. The museum is located in the Cotton Belt Depot, which served railroad passengers from 1905 until 1956. The museum provides memories of the operatino of the Cotton Belt and a venue for the public, both young and old, to learn about the history of the railroad industry.
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