Trackside In December

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Yes WOW! Thank you Norris. This article from the site you linked made my
Christmas a little brighter. I have similar, very fond, Christmas memories
in HO.   John Garner



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WOW! This full size N&W diorama is awesome! Would be a nice place to be sent
to "time out" for not doing your chores! Ha! Take time and get on this email
list. Seems to be a great site for railroad photographers! 
Happy New Year,

Norris Deyerle
Blue Ridge Chapter, National Railway Historical Society Chairman of
Virginia's Rail Heritage Region Partners and
Lynchburg Rail Day Model Train Show Coordinator
744 Chinook Place
Lynchburg, Virginia 24502-4908
Cell: 434-851-0151


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Trackside in December

In case you missed it, here are links to the articles which published in
December on The Trackside Photographer.

In the third and final installment of
1db7afaf0ac7d513e2&id=f1d22e38c6&e=328e8c60c6> Richmond Division
Recollections, Frank Scheer explores the C&O Peninsula Subdivision, Rivanna
Subdivision and Virginia Air Line Subdivision circa 1970.

Danny Johnson remembers Christmas Eve in a small Mississippi town on the
Illinois Central mainline, and the
1db7afaf0ac7d513e2&id=fd1ce636ac&e=328e8c60c6> Last, Best Christmas. 

Childhood memories of an American Flyer under the Christmas Tree are brought
to life and filled with special meaning as Steve Crise tells the story of
1db7afaf0ac7d513e2&id=8edb43637c&e=328e8c60c6> Christmas Then and Now.

Jason Sailer tells about chasing the Canadian Pacific
1db7afaf0ac7d513e2&id=29bebe5f5f&e=328e8c60c6> Holiday Train across Alberta,
Canada, with twenty-six beautiful photographs of the train as it makes it
way to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, bringing holiday excitement to
the stops along the way.

The year is drawing to a close, and in this last
1db7afaf0ac7d513e2&id=81442e4a5a&e=328e8c60c6> Editor's Notebook for 2018,
we wrap up a few loose ends.

Doug Bess worked for the Southern Railway in Atlanta, Georgia, and writes
about the history of the buildings the railroad occupied in
1db7afaf0ac7d513e2&id=4cf96ddb15&e=328e8c60c6> A Brief History of the
Southern Railway's Atlanta Office Building.




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Coming in January

*	We start the New Year with verse from Eric Miller 
*	Part Two of Bob Hughes' 1969 transcontinental rail trip to Vancouver
continues down the west coast 
*	Trackside Interview # 6 with John Sanderson 
*	Kevin Tomasic discovers that there is a place for cell phones in
railroad photography 
*	Eric Gagnon writes about the CN Hanley Spur - traces along the
waterfront in Kingston, Ontario 





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Clear Track Ahead!




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