UPDATED 10:45 p.m.
The fight to save the Boones Mill train depot gained new support Monday night The historic building is in danger of being torn down.
At an emergency meeting, Town Manager Lynn Frith threw his support behind the preservation effort.
A group has been working for months to raise enough money to move the depot to a new site. A construction company has already applied for a demolition permit.
It's down to the wire in the fight to save the historic Boones Mill train depot.
A meeting is taking place Monday night.
Preservationists will meet at the Lion's Club to discuss strategies on how to save the building, which Norfolk Southern wants to tear down.
A construction company has already applied for a demolition permit so time is running out.
Norfolk Southern has agreed to pay $6,000 towards the group's restoration project, so long as the preservationists can prove they can foot the remainder of the $140,000 price tag to relocate the building.