Who was Miss Hazen?

And why was she riding NY&LB train 719?

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Life can be funny sometimes. The first railroad tracks I ever saw were those of the New York & Long Branch at Manasquan, N.J., in the mid-1930’s. But I don’t think I ever read an NY&LB timetable until a year or so ago, when I picked one up at...

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