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A special event for special citizens

Thomas Thode, 14, and his mom, Carlotta Thode, of Albuquerque, take their picture outside Engine No. 482 after arriving on the Memorial Train on Saturday in Silverton. Carlotta Thode said her husband and Thomas’ father, James Thode, died in Afghanistan 4½ years ago while serving with the Utah National Guard.
Joe Silva of Durango was honored with a standing ovation for his service in World War II on Saturday in Silverton. Silva served as a medic on D-Day, June 6, 1944. His daughter, Sally Silva, rode the Memorial Train with him, a new feature on Iron Horse Bicycle Classic weekend.

A special event for special citizens

Thomas Thode, 14, and his mom, Carlotta Thode, of Albuquerque, take their picture outside Engine No. 482 after arriving on the Memorial Train on Saturday in Silverton. Carlotta Thode said her husband and Thomas’ father, James Thode, died in Afghanistan 4½ years ago while serving with the Utah National Guard.
Joe Silva of Durango was honored with a standing ovation for his service in World War II on Saturday in Silverton. Silva served as a medic on D-Day, June 6, 1944. His daughter, Sally Silva, rode the Memorial Train with him, a new feature on Iron Horse Bicycle Classic weekend.
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