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Davidson County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the population was 162,878. Its county seat is Lexington, and its largest city is Thomasville.

Thomasville, North Carolina City in North Carolina, United States

Thomasville is a city in Davidson County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 26,757 at the 2010 census. The city was once notable for its furniture industry, as were its neighbors High Point and Lexington. This Piedmont Triad community was established in 1852 and hosts the state's oldest festival, "Everybody's Day". Built around the local railway system, Thomasville is home to the oldest railroad depot in the state, just a few hundred feet from the city's most notable landmark, "The Big Chair".

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Silver Valley is an unincorporated community in eastern Davidson County, North Carolina located along Old U.S. Highway 64 and Old North Carolina State Highway 109 south of Thomasville, North Carolina and southeast of Lexington, North Carolina.

North Carolina Highway 62 highway in North Carolina

North Carolina Highway 62 (NC 62) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Primarily in the Piedmont Triad, it runs from NC 109 in Thomasville northeast to the Virginia state line in Milton.

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High Point-Thomasville HiToms

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Thomasville, North Carolina was home to several minor league baseball teams from 1937–1969.

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<i>Archdale-Trinity News</i> Weekly newspaper based in Archdale, North Carolina

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Finch Field

Finch Field is a baseball venue in Thomasville, North Carolina, United States. It is home to the High Point-Thomasville HiToms of the Coastal Plain League, a collegiate summer baseball league. The park was built in 1935 and has been renovated in 2002, 2005, and 2007.

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Thomasville Railroad Passenger Depot United States historic place

The Thomasville Railroad Passenger Depot is a historic train station located at Thomasville, Davidson County, North Carolina. It is one of the oldest remaining frame depots in the state, built between 1870 and 1871. The board-and-batten building features Victorian sawnwork detailing. Until 1912, it served as a passenger train station with the Richmond and Danville Railroad and later the Southern Railway. Due to the increase in passenger rail travel, a new brick depot was built. This depot was then moved to the north side of the tracks and served as a freight agent's office. The Southern Railway eventually gave the structure to the town. The Thomasville Historical Society raised $5,000 for its restoration in 1969. Another restoration was completed in the late 1990s. In July 2000, the Thomasville Railroad Passenger Depot became the home of the Thomasville Visitors' Center.

Heritage Home Group LLC, formed to purchase most assets of the defunct Furniture Brands International, was a High Point, North Carolina-based home furnishings company. It owned the brands Broyhill, Lane, Thomasville, and Drexel Heritage.