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Passengers on train, traveling between Casablanca and Hershey. This one hundred year old train was built to carry workers and goods between Casablanca, a Havana borough, and Hershey. The entire town of Hershey with its hotel, golf course, and large sugar mill was originally owned by the American chocolate company but expropriated following the 1959 revolution. The sugar mill was cannibalized for spare parts in 2002 leaving the town with severe unemployment.