Sad Sam

A humble Southern Pacific mail train was a glorious sight for a teenager in the early 1960s
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I was a teenager when I first began biking the two miles from my home to a place called Gemco after school. Like many spots on a railroad, Gemco couldn’t be found on a street map. Rather, it was the name of a small yard servicing a General Moto...

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Before Penn Central

Before Penn Central

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