- Whoa that's a bit of shocking news. I'll see what I can ascertain in the next couple days. The building was privately owned however, not city owned. There are a few things in there that should not be scrapped even if it becomes necessary to take the building down. It was not busy there Friday; did notice the roof is in need of repair as some of the tin has peeled off on the street side.
Date: Sun, 3 Jun 2007 06:00:21 -0700
Subject: Re: [FJGRailroad]It appears that the truck guy is out of the old
railroad building and the newspaper had a somthing
about G'ville wanting to tear the building down.
Does anyone have any more news about this?
--- Paul Larner <pklarner@hotmail. com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Any interest in an FJ&G affair as we've had over the
> past several years (excluding last
> year,unfortunately (show and tell, walking tours,
> dinner and the usual camaraderie) at Gloversville.
> I'd like to coordinate with the city if they are
> sponsoring their railroad days celebration this
> year; if not the second Saturday in August what ever
> date that is.
> As a theme I propose we consider the railroad and
> the industries it served.
> Your thoughts please.
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