I think we really have to give a hats off to Gino for that!
>From: Paul Charland <p.charlie@...>
>Subject: Re: [FJGRailroad] Re: Two Fonda Questions
>Date: Wed, 09 Jun 2004 13:48:17 -0400
>I truly think you are right, for such a small line it is very well
>documented and photographed. When I first got on the internet five
>years ago I looked around for some of my favorite railroads, the CV,
>LVRC, VTR, and the FJ&G. After hitting dead ends for the first three I
>was shocked to find Gino's FJ&G site with loads of photos and
>information. I couldn't find a single shot of the LVRC and not much
>more on what I would have thought to be more common roads like the CV
>Glenn J. Williams wrote:
> > Paul,
> > PKL always brings loose-leaf binders full of pictures of how things
> > were Back In The Day, which never fails to grab my attention.
> > The FJ&G has to have been one of the most photographed short lines
> > around. From what I can determine, it was mostly by the locals,
> > too. I've always wondered what the percentage of amateur to
> > professional shots was.
> > Glenn
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