Railfan & Railroad September 2018


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The Final Decade of D&H • by Amanda McCarthy — After more than 150 years as a contiguous bridge line stretching from Canada to Pennsylvania, the Delaware & Hudson was severed south of Albany and sold to Norfolk Southern in 2015. We head trackside to witness those final years in and around the Binghamton area.

Texas State Railroad • by Hayley Enoch — Since its beginnings as an industrial line in the 1880s, this 25-mile short line has since evolved into a cherished local attraction.

Did Your Father Work for the Railroad? • by Cate Kratville-Wrinn — Talking about the remarkable career of historian Bill Kratville, sometimes the easiest answer is not always the shortest.

Lilies and Lace • by Jennifer Nelson — Combining an interest in nature photography with railfanning often reveals unexpected and colorful compositions.

It’s in the Blood • by Barbara Boyd-Fane — Growing up the shadow of Jim Boyd, it wasn’t until his passing that his sister discovered the “family tradition” and the passion for trains.

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