I think he moved to Market Street. I saw it in the Leader a few months
He said he hoped for more business in Johnstown. I didn't know they
Going to tear the old place down though.
Speaking of Fonda, I'm at the light waiting to turn up 30A this past
I see the lights start flashing at the Broadway crossing and get excited
The prospect of a train. Don't you know, some moron drives through the
Crossing and the gate hits their roof as they speed by. I guess this
Doesn't remember a lady getting killed there a few months ago. I figure
If you're using Broadway, you're a local and you should know the history
The crossing. 15 seconds later a CSX east-bound tears through there.
If the numb-skull had been crushed by that train, I wouldn't even have
The minutes on my cell phone dialing 911. And people wonder why there's
Accidents at rail crossings...
On Behalf Of paul larner
Sent: Monday, May 16, 2005 11:32 PM
Subject: RE: [FJGRailroad] Re: A Brill Diner (not dining Car), Fonda
With his attitude I'm not surprised he closed down. Sarris had a great
business there when times in Fonda were different. Gino where did he