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Friends of the Madison Train Station
Please Help Protect and Preserve Madison's Beautiful Train Station!
The Friends of the Madison Train Station is a community project to promote the restoration and maintenance of the historic Madison Train Station. Established in 1998 by Mayor Gary Ruckelshaus and chaired by Richard Romano, the Friends' first project is to build a paved walkway around the circular driveway of the Kings Road entrance to the station. Of the 17,000 bricks needed to pave the walkway, 1,000 will be sold to residents and commuters, each with a personal inscription.
We hope that you will join the more than one thousand Madisonians and others who have already purchased personalizeds, engraved stone pavers for $100 each to help with the restoration of the historic Madison train station.
The engraved pavers make a wondeerful gift for special occasions. Your paver could:
memorialize a loved one,
commemorate your graduation dates or the years you lived in Madison,
mark a special occasion or memorable event,
honor a friend or relative,
mark the name of your business or your alma mater.
A paver could make your name and message a part of your hometown for generations ot come.