Minidoka: place of enchantment

Memories of boyhood rides in Idaho with an uncle who was a Union Pacific conductor
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There’s not much there anymore, and few people know that Minidoka, Idaho, was once a busy railroad point. It was also my youthful idea of heaven. That’s where my Union Pacific Railroad conductor uncle, Jim Ryan, and his wife Lola lived....

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