'Deepest twilight' on the Rutland

Completing a perfect circle—from riding to camp in 1952 to seeing an old Alco friend in 1964 to reading Classic Trains in 2003
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Catching up on my reading a while back, I had my memory jogged by David Lustig’s “One Day in March” and Curt Tillotson Jr.’s “Magic Carpet to Durham” in Spring 2003 Classic Trains. I’m sure each of us can similarly recall a particular favorite day sp...

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