Burhans Station restaurant sold

Nov 30, 2009 Full story: Herald-Mail

The Burhans Station restaurant in Hagerstown was sold at auction Monday afternoon to a Pennsylvania businessman.

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Jim Spinks

Washington, DC

#1 Dec 28, 2009
Was very sadden by the lost of Burhans Station. Just discovered it demise yesterday when I went to see the trains of xmas at the Round House Museum. Walked across the street to get dinner and found the it closed. Someone at museum said he thought it went out of business about a month ago.

Had wonderful food and service.

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