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Walter Payton Bought This for $1 – The Two Brother's Roundhouse Is Truly One of a Kind

Years ago, before trains could go in reverse, they needed to park in a roundhouse that literally turned them around and sent them back out engine first. This was when the Roundhouse in Aurora became a significant landmark in the city. Once trains could go in reverse again, there was no need for the roundhouse, which fell into disarray. Until football Hall of Famer Walter Payton came in and made it what it is today — beer, music, weddings, food, coffee, and a lot more in this massive round….house! 


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