Serving up a locomotive with the Designs to Fight Hunger High Point Project

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HIGH POINT, N.C. -- Volunteers are building a Christmas locomotive -- using only food going to The Salvation Army.

People with the Designs to Fight Hunger High Point Project first started putting it together at 8 p.m. Wednesday night.

The final train is set to stretch 18 feet and stand 5 feet high.

In all, 4,500 cans and cereal boxes will go towards building this huge locomotive.

Over three years, the High Point Rotary has donated $40,000 dollars worth of food to The Salvation Army

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