At one time or another, all of us have encountered a railroader who left a lasting impression, either good or bad. For lots of us in the 'business', it was the first engineer you rode with or the conductor who took you under his wing on your first day for pay. For those who man the cameras or wave as we pass, maybe it was an agent who showed you around or a yardmaster who let you sit in while he worked his trick or a train crew that took you for a spin. Or maybe it was the police officer who chased you off the property or the guy who blistered your ears when you took his picture. Leave out the names if it's appropriate but tell us about someone (or group of someones) that comes to mind whenever you think about the railroad. We've heard 'Tales From the Cab', now fill the cabs with people. Wanna go first Watash?