N&W in 1907 -- Passenger

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Sun Aug 3 13:23:19 EDT 2008

Now that is good journalism......"Mr. Thompson plowed up considerable of the landscape with his face" I love it.

Jason Greene
Steele, AL

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Bluefield Daily Telegraph
December 27, 1907

Did Not Stop but Passenger Was Not Carried by His Station
On the night before Christmas Ed Thompson was returning from Keystone to his home at Huger on No. 3. That train does not stop at Hugar, but an enterprising passenger who doesn't mind a thing like that can get off anyway. Mr. Thompson got off, but he was not able to celebrate Christmas to any considerable extent after the feat. Mr. Thompson plowed up considerable of the landscape with his face, but suffered no serious injuries.
Gordon Hamilton


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