When white was black

A boyhood encounter with the dirty side of railroading

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When I was a teenager, some 60 years ago, I spent much time exploring, watching, and studying the fascinating, yet very different, trains and physical plants of the two railroads serving my hometown of Coatesville, Pa. One warm and sunshiny summer mo...

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Before Penn Central

Before Penn Central

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