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Lotsa good stuff in the Online Archive of California
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Dan Whitton Sep 30, 2014.

 

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Jennifer commented on Chad Gustafson's status
"Ahh, I see.  Very interesting. GGRM discussion"
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Jennifer commented on Chad Gustafson's status
"I gather that the facility is in Windsor.  Is that correct?"
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Jennifer commented on Jennifer's status
"There's a couple of crossings on the peninsula that could use something along the lines of the one in the photo from Germany.  Whipple and Broadway specifically."
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Dave S. commented on Jennifer's status
"Level crossing in Germany with an egg-shaped radar sensor for detecting obstacles on the crossing:"
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Dave S. commented on Jennifer's status
"This style of crossing gate, common in the UK & Ireland, will help separate people from trains, but maybe not those determined to kill themselves:"
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Jennifer commented on Jennifer's status
"Hear hear, John."
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Jennifer commented on Jennifer's status
"Indeed it is Michael.  I lived adjacent to JPBX and across the street from it in Sunnyvale and Burlingame respectively.  Here In Chicago, Metra runs about a mile away.  They all have their share of tragedies, accidental and…"
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John Roth commented on Jennifer's status
"The cities/counties could think about removing the quiet zones, but these idiots also can't stand the sound of train horns."
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John Roth commented on Jennifer's status
"There's nothing SMART can do. You can't fix stupidity. The crossing signals work. The lights flash. The bells ring. The arms descend. It's damn clear when you're not supposed to walk across the tracks. It's up to people to…"
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Michael H Harrison commented on Jennifer's status
"This is a problem with every transit agency. If someone is dead set on taking a life, then they will. I am of belief that transit systems that are run frequently should be separated from public. With 63 grade crossing in such a short area, that only…"
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Jennifer commented on Jennifer's status
""they can literally sneak up on people.“You can’t hear the train until it’s right up on top of you…coming up from behind,”  That one is easy.  Stay off of the tracks and look both ways if you…"
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"Golf Course Dr. area, again:…"
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Jennifer commented on Jennifer's status
"Uggh... Updated story.  Indeed, yikes."
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Jennifer commented on Jennifer's status
"Yikes they must keep updating it..."
Jul 11
Dave S. commented on Jennifer's status
"This article is so horrific ... on at least two levels:  4 suicides since the system started operating plus three accidental deaths, and Keith Marcum's history as a child predator.  Released on $765k bail?  Who gets that money…"
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Merry Christmas from the Carolan Pacific

Posted on December 24, 2016 at 1:21pm

Trying Something New

for our model railroad web-presence:

Carolan Pacific Railroad

Posted on November 17, 2016 at 12:30am — 2 Comments

Un Blast-o *from* El Past-o

Enjoy this interesting map:  Proposed BART system 1961

Posted on September 29, 2016 at 11:55am — 2 Comments

Very Local Ferroequinology

Thanks (mucho) to Nippon, aka Mr. Fan for the map info from one of his previous posts regarding Hamilton Field trackage. 

I discovered that the area where our apartment complex now stands, which was built in '72, has an interesting railroad history.  I've not been able to find any lingering evidence apart from the spacing of some of the industrial/retail buildings to the south that suggest former trackage (with the map as guide).  From other photos and written accounts of days…

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Posted on September 28, 2016 at 3:30pm — 3 Comments

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At 9:24pm on March 1, 2014, W. Scott Allen said…

It is good to be back!  SO much to do, and so little time......

Remind me to send some of my previous layout pics.

Scott

At 9:24pm on February 18, 2014, W. Scott Allen said…

Yes, my second time to Afghanistan, once to Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, & Bahrain. I have been mobilized since Mar2003. Each of the before mentioned deployments were one year each. The other five years, I was at Fort Lewis training Soldiers to deploy around the world.

I hope I can start and enjoy my hobby now.... ;)

Scott

At 8:48pm on February 17, 2014, W. Scott Allen said…

Thanks Jennifer,

I am back! I am back in the US. I just completed my last overseas tour. I cannot believe how tired I am. I keep breathing a huge sigh of relief.

Scott

At 1:04am on January 2, 2014, W. Scott Allen said…

Wow! You live in Sunnyvale, CA. I used to live in Cupertino, CA. Sunnyvale used to be one of my old stomping grounds.

At 7:04pm on August 24, 2011, Bob Burns said…

Hello Jennifer!

        Good to have you aboard this Forum. I was wondering about the locomotive in your avatar, is that one from Niles Canyon? I'm going to have to get down there one of these days to check out thier operation.  Regards, Bob B.

 

At 8:50am on August 13, 2011, Mark Drury said…
Welcome to the NWPRR Network, Jennifer!  Please take a look around and let me know if you have any questions or comments. We're adding content daily and actively recruiting new members -- please feel free to invite your own friends if you think they may be interested. Regards,

Mark Drury
 
 
 

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