Genesis of a debt to be repaid

Commuting on, and hanging around, the New Haven helped launch a 40-year railroad career
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In the early 1960s, I was a student at Providence College in Rhode Island’s capital city, commuting on the New Haven Railroad to and from a two- or three-days-a-week part-time job at the Boston Model Railroad Co. The store was located just acro...

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Before Penn Central

Before Penn Central

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