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Built in 1900 by the newly formed Seaboard Airline Railroad, the Hamlet Station, in Hamlet N.C., was once the principal stop for refueling and crew exchanges between large northern cities and the deep south. Although it has been recently added to the National Historic Register, the terminal is slated for replacement and hopes are that the building will be saved and converted to a museum.