Abolutely, great job. I was pleased to find my grandfather on the seniority list at number 2. Jon From: firstname.lastname@example.orgMessage 1 of 8 , Oct 14, 2010View Source
Abolutely, great job. I was pleased to find my grandfather on the seniority list at number 2.
I second the motion. Kudos to Julie Johnson for assembling what has to be the finest CA&E site on the internet.
David T. Koyzis
Professor of Political Science
Redeemer University College
Ancaster, Ontario, Canada
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From: "Mitchell Markovitz" <art.mark@...>
Sent: Thursday, 14 October, 2010 12:44:55 PM
Subject: Re: [thegreatthirdrail] Re: Julie Johnson's CA&E site now available !
Back in 1961 I purchased my first traction book, "The Great Third Rail." So engrossed in my new discovery of the 3rd Insull Line that I was completely distracted from my homework.
Fifty years later, and a little behind in a painting assignment, along comes Julie's new CA&E website. Once again I'm distracted from real life as my mind goes clanking through Bellwood.
My heartfelt thanks to Julie Johnson for her life long devotion to the CA&E and her generosity, and to all those who made the new site possible.
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Received: Wed, 13 Oct 2010 10:55:33 PM EDT
From: "bikertrash_999" <bikertrash99@...>
Subject: [thegreatthirdrail] Re: Julie Johnson's CA&E site now available !
Wonderful site!! Tons of pics and docs. Loving it!! Thanx VERY much to all those who made http://www.caerr.com/ possible.
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> To all,
> It is with great pleasure that I can pass on the news that Julie Johnson's CA&E site is now up and running.
> Go to :
I click through the gallery and a picture appears that brings me back to riding my bike up Seventh Avenue in Maywood and watching the cars depart Fifth AvenueMessage 2 of 8 , Oct 14, 2010View SourceI click through the gallery and a picture appears that brings me back to riding my bike up Seventh Avenue in Maywood and watching the cars depart Fifth Avenue Station westbound.Another shot reminds me of looking up from my toys in the big sandbox in Waterworks Park as an inbound train rolls towards the Ninth Avenue crossing.Wow. can't take my eyes off that site.Thank you, thank you, thank you.On Oct 14, 2010, at 12:02 PM, David T. Koyzis wrote:
Thank you very much Julie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Message 3 of 8 , Oct 14, 2010View SourceThank you very much Julie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!