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Our Own College Railroad

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Tenth Street and Dickinson Avenue’s railroad track offers no apparent evidence of its longstanding connection and importance to East Carolina University. However, it, part of the Atlantic Coastline Railroad, served as a major transportation hub when ECU was East Carolina College. In fact, the presence of this railroad company was a reason for Greenville becoming the site for what began as East Carolina Teacher’s Training School.