Maryland to preserve bridge as symbol of segregation history

SILVER SPRING — A historic railroad bridge that served as a lifeline for a segregated African-American community just outside the nation's capital is being torn down to make way for a light-rail line, and now the community will be deprived of a northern exit in the process. Residents of Lyttonsville, founded in 1853 by a free ...

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