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Holladay puts house on a truck and moves it

Published October 20, 2012 11:49 pm
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Construction crews on Saturday moved the historic Castro home in Holladay.

The home traveled to Holladay's City Hall Park from its resting spot at 2210 Murray Holladay Road, where a new fire station is being built.

The house dates to the mid-1800s, when settler Santa Anna Casto built a small brick home on what is now known as Casto Lane, according to a history of the property on the city's website.






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