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When the Wall Street Journal called Herndon, Virginia one of the top three "boom towns" in the United States, they were referring to its remarkable growth during the past decade. And although the statistics are impressive, the Town of Herndon is proudest of the story that numbers alone could never convey. Herndon is a town rich in character and tradition. More then 100 years of attentive local planning has fostered an environment that allowed for extraordinary growth without sacrificing a strong sense of community. Today's healthy balance of commercial, residential, and recreational components has made Herndon one of the largest mixed-use developments in Fairfax County, Northern Virginia.
Herndon managed to maintain a small-town feel by converting its train station into a museum and visitors center. A Norfolk Southern Railway caboose was relocated to a nearby site, and the name of the Norfolk Southern on the caboose was replaced with Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) Railroad.