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Tue Oct 5 11:49:14 EDT 2021
You’re absolutely right, Mr. Edwards.
When future generations ask themselves, “So what made that Norfolk & Western such a great railroad?” we need to have stories like this in order to be able to explain it to those who didn’t live it. These stories need to be documented fully while the actual storytellers are around to do the job.
Locomotives, cars, bridges and buildings are all great, but it’s always been the people that really made the wheels turn.
Still have lots to learn about Turnips, it seems….
> On Oct 5, 2021, at 8:22 AM, NW Mailing List via NW-Mailing-List <nw-mailing-list at nwhs.org> wrote:
> These anecdotes about recollections of & about “white shirts”/ management, station agents, train crews, etc would make a great collage of short stories & articles that could fill up a few pages in future issues of The Arrow. I am sure there are many members who have stories to share, both personal experiences & “hand down” stories from family members.
> Let’s remember, that it was the “people” of the N&W that made the railroad what it was. 👍
> Food for thought…….
> Herb Edwards
> Lynchburg, Va
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Oct 5, 2021, at 6:43 AM, NW Mailing List <nw-mailing-list at nwhs.org> wrote:
>> Senator Hamilton hath relayed a Ye Good Story.
>> PS - That derelict Shenandoah Division station agent was Frank Scheer up at Boyce. Just don't let him know that I told you.
>> -- abram burnett
>> The Preferred Pronoun for Turnips is "Y'All"
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