Sanford

[Amtrak station] Designed by d+A design + Architecture, LLC of Yardley, Pennsylvania, the current station has a waiting room for 600 travelers, ticket counter, café, restrooms, and a gift shop. The building also incorporates energy-saving features such as glass coatings that minimize solar gain and efficient HVAC and lighting systems. A po...
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Sanford

[crater] This is a circular crater formation with a worn outer rim. A pair of small craterlets lies along the eastern rim, and the satellite crater Sanford C is attached to the outer edge along the north-northwest. Attached to the southern exterior is what may be the remains of a larger, unnamed crater that is now considerably eroded. ==Sat...
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Sanford

[given name] Sanford is common English male name of Old English origin meaning Sandy ford, its variation being Sanferd. ==People named Sanford== ...
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Sanford

[SunRail station] ==History== Sanford station was built along tracks originally laid down by the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railroad, which was acquired by the Plant System, and later by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Sanford`s Atlantic Coast Line Depot, however was built along the tracks used by the South Florida Railroad, which w...
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Sanford

city, seat (1913) of Seminole county, east-central Florida, U.S., on the St. Johns River and Lake Monroe, about 20 miles (30 km) northeast of ...
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