Re: [FJGRailroad] Re: web crap and The FJG
- Hey, guys! You've got to lay off Gino. His head was already as big as his
heart for the FJ&G. He's probably wearing a neck brace by now.
>From: "stevefjg20" <stevejamie1@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [FJGRailroad] Re: web crap and The FJG
>Date: Fri, 03 May 2002 19:58:19 -0000
>--Gino i agree with every thing Dan said.As a fello FJ&G fan and a
>freind please stay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> - In FJGRailroad@y..., "dowens15228" <supportone@w...> wrote:
> > Gino:
> > Every good enterprise has someone at its center who has the idea,
> > drive, the passion, and the staying power to make it a reality.
> > are the one who has kept the flame burning.
> > Until I found your awesome Railpage and then joined this group, my
> > only connection with the FJ&G was having to wait at the Vail's
> > crossing for a train to pass on my way up to my wife's (then
> > girlfriend's) grandparent's camp near Fish House in the early TO
> > 60'S. When I couldn't get to your website because your ISP had
> > tanked, I felt as though someone I knew had just died!
> > The value in all of this effort, with the Railpage and the forum,
> > that The FJ&G still lives! There are some religions that believe
> > that if one man remembers a deceased person, that person is still
> > alive. By sharing the materials that still exist from the FJ&G,
> > railroad may not have any tracks, but it still exists. Number 8
> > still leaves the Cranberry Creek Station with that string of
> > for Sacandaga Park, and all of us can almost hear it even if we
> > in our lives saw it.
> > Such is the power of shared information, that it becomes shared
> > experience.
> > The postings of the various group members have enriched my
> > of the FJ&G's past.
> > More than just a source of background information for my novel or
> > info for my HO layout, these postings but have given me a better
> > appreciation of the problems and issues involved in modern
> > railroading.
> > The benefits of your efforts cannot be overstated. As they say
> > today, "you are the man". PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, Ignore the jerks
> > there will always be selfish, ignorant b-------. At the end of the
> > day though, you have unselfishly done something to benefit many
> > others.
> > Thank you for ALL of your work!
> > Dan Owens
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