In an idea that originated in Davis and spread around the country during World War II, a volunteer weekend work crew works on the local railroad tracks. John Brinley/Courtesy photo

Our Sunday Best

Davis citizens step in as WWII railroad workers

By From page A8 | November 03, 2013

“The railroad company has been hard hit with men leaving for the service in the face of increasing freight shipments. An SOS call was sent out and a good number of Davisites responded.” The Davis Enterprise, October 1942

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