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Tyler Scotting, right, gets nipped on the last hurdle to finish second in the 300 meter hurdles

By: Sheila Crowley, staff writer

June 5, 2013

   Brian Bau has returned to his roots taking over the reins at the End O Line Park in Currie. 
 MURRAY COUNTY NEWS / Sheila Crowley
MURRAY COUNTY NEWS / Sheila Crowley
Brian Bau has returned to his roots taking over the reins at the End O Line Park in Currie.
End O Line Railroad Park and Museum
Brian Bau feels it’s a little like coming back home when asked about his new position as End O Line Railroad and Museum director.

Bau, a 2008 of Murray County Central, is fascinated by history so his position at the park is like a ‘dream job’. Bau, a 2013 graduate of Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall, had previously been employed at End O Line and when the position opened up, he decided to throw his name in the hat. Bau’s history major provides the perfect background to his new position.

Bau admits he has always like history - particularly maps and globes. “When I went to college I hadn’t planned on pursuing a history degree, however, after a while I decided history really is my passion,” said Bau. “I can remember coming to the park when I was in sixth grade and in awe of tieing the park into our Minnesota history we were reading about at the time.” And went on to say, “This is by far, hands down, the best job in Murray County.”

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