After Doug Landau donated coloring books to the "Bike 2 Work" festival, the Smith Mountain Lake Triathlon and the Giant Acorn festival in Bumpass, Spotsylvania, Virginia, he brought the bicycle safety booklets for kids to the Herndon Depot Museum. Next time you visit us at ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., please visit the Depot Museum. A train station until 1968, Herndon’s old depot became a museum housing artifacts and exhibits on railroad and town history. It is located near the the striking Municipal Center, the beautiful Herndon Fortnightly library, the fun-filled Town Green (where the "Friday Night Live" concerts are held in the summer), the Train Depot Museum is less than 100 yards from the famous red caboose. The Herndon Dulles Visitor’s Center and Herndon Depot Museum are open daily from 10am until 4pm, and you can often find friendly Connie Hutchison there to answer questions about the town, give free information, maps and show you to the exhibits documenting Herndon’s history. There’s even pictures of the ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. building, which date back to the 1870’s !
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