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The Founding of the Internet
The Internet has become indispensablele to Model Train Forums, On Line Hobby Shops,
As well as a research tool for railroad history. So I began to wonder about how it began. I believe I've found the answer;
A lot of folks have claimed credit for the founding of the Internet and WWW.
A friend of mine who knows I am always seeking and a seeker of the Truth
Updated October 28th, 2012 at 04:15 AM by Switchman
Todays News or is it Yesterdays news Today. Anyway here are the headlines from the "Worlds Greatest Modelers" home town newspaper, The Jot 'Em Down Daily News. It is a uniquely good thinking paper and brings the news quickly with clear understandable headlines.
The Jot 'Em Down Daily News is located in the town of Muck City in Tattlersville County, Alabama. The meaning of the towns name is "Hog Gathering Place." The town was on the Sawokli (meaning Johnny Raccoon)
Lawyer and a Farmer
A lawyer gets on a train to go to London. He sits next to a poor farmer. To pass the time the lawyer decides to play a game with the guy.
"I will ask you a question and if you get it wrong, you have to pay me £1 pound. Then you ask me a question, and if I get it wrong, you get £10. You ask me a question first."
The farmer thinks for a while. "I know", he says, "what has three legs, takes 10 hours to climb up a
Copyright 08-07-2012 by RFL
Todays News or is it Yesterday’s news Today. Anyway here are some stories from the "WorldsGreatest Modelers" home town newspaper, The Jot 'EmDown Daily News. It is a uniquely good thinking paper and brings the news quickly with clear understandable headlines.
Castleberry, AL Passenger Train Collision, May, 3, 1936
W. J. Quinn, newspaperman
Today’s News or is it Yesterday’s news today. Anyway the "Worlds Greatest Modeler's" home town newspaper, The Jot 'Em Down Daily News, Brings you the first in a series of original Alabama Train wreck stories.
The Boilling Train Wreck Of 1896
Copyright 06-21-2012 by RFL
The Rome and Decatur Railroad ran a daily passenger round trip from Birmingham to Montgomery. It assigned train number 310 to the Birmingham to Montgomery leg and train number 110
As the Direct debit membership and professional development stock and credit administrator as well as the official Bin Man for the, "World’greatest Modeler" here is a tale of the WGM’s wife's, Aunt HenriettaTutwiler.
Part 2 of 2
The Ghost of My Aunt Henrietta Tutwiler
Copyright 06-02-2012by RFL
My name is Agnes Grace Magnuson. And once a month, I would ride the old Tuscumbia Railway, from Burnt Corn Alabama to Muck City,Alabama. My Aunt,
As the Direct debit membership and professional development stock and credit administrator as well as the official Bin Man for the, "World’s Greatest Modeler" here is a tale of the WGM’s wife's Great, Great, Great Aunt Agnes, her Uncle Andre, and the ghost that inhabited his Mother-in-law's (Theodosia) and father-in-Law’s (Zachariah) farmhouse.
Part 1 of 2.
A Train Trip to Burnt Corn
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My Wife and I often make the trip from Birmingham to Irvington Alabama to visit our grand kids and our children.
We lived in the area for about 32 years and over time became familiar with most of the local legends.
The one that interested me the most was the rumors of some haunted railroad tracks off highway ninety (hgwy. 90) just outside of Theodore. I, my wife and Children crossed these tracks on a daily basis.
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