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RAILWAY & LOCOMOTIVE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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Re: R&LHS Newsletters Online

Post by OhioTom » Sun Jan 27, 2008 2:09 pm

It sure would be nice if the lazy S.O.B. gave some hint to what the R&LHS newsletter was about and why it would be of interest to members of this forum....

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Re: R&LHS Newsletters Online

Post by Chaser » Sun Jan 27, 2008 4:17 pm

It sure would be nice if the lazy S.O.B. gave some hint to what the R&LHS newsletter was about and why it would be of interest to members of this forum....

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It took me all of 10 seconds to click on the link.. If Mark posted something here he must have tought it was interesting to us.

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Loco & Railroad History

Post by D.L. » Wed Jan 30, 2008 4:43 pm

:shock: The way to educate yourself about railroad and loco (usually refering to steam because diesels are so "God awful" boring) history is to attend a Three Rivers RR Heritage Council meeting @ the Baker St station. Next meeting is March 16th. Real living railroaders that ran steam locomotives are often in attendance.! So why not give it a try??? :lol:

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