Catching the Gulf Wind

For a nine-year-old Florida boy in 1952, a train trip to Jacksonville was a thrilling event
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I don’t know how my fascination for trains began, but ever since I could remember, I had been drawn to their mystique. I like tracks, switches, sidings, and depots. I like everything associated with trains. So, in November 1952, when my father ...

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