The mums

Decades after they perished, three SP railroaders were not forgotten
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It was the lure of the machinery that first attracted me to trains. But technology is nothing without people to operate it, and I suppose it’s a side effect of the aging process, but now it is the very human side of this business that leaves th...

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Before Penn Central

Before Penn Central

Stories about the PRR, NYC, NH and PC.

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