Re: [FJGRailroad] August Get Together
- Gino-I'll be there whenever the date is.I'm on vacation during the last
week of July ,and may get to the monthly meeting for once.Like to see
what changes there are in Gloversville. Is that famous Tego's hot dog
place still there?We use to walk up there from the rail yard often for
lunch and grab about 3 or 4 at a time. Mark
I've been meaning to thank you for that comment! It all started
with me wanting to share my FJ&G collection with people. I thought
the web was a great spot, and look. I found that there are more
FJ&G fans out there than myself! I've also met some great people!
I'm so glad I decided to post my FJ&G pictures 7 years ago!
For those of you on the fence about attending this August's get-together,
DO IT!!! We have a great time. This is a GREAT bunch of people in
this group and when you meet people like Steve Lamora, Paul Larner,
Walt Danylak, Glenn Williams, Mark Wilber, Malcolm Horton, Dick Finn,
Jerry Snyder and club member Dave Refue, you come away with a great feeling!!!
Take the time and join us this year. I guarantee you won't be disappointed!!!
If you are, Paul Larner will reimburse your travel expenses!!!!
But seriously folks, do attend. You won't regret it! I look forward
to our get together all year! I hate the wait, but it's more that worth
it when the time comes...
p.s. I haven't heard from Uncle Leo!!!
From: joseph Klapkowski [mailto:riverlinejoe@...]
Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2004 9:07 PM
Subject: Re: [FJGRailroad] Re: Two Fonda Questions
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