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I am researching for a book and need to know how someone in New York City in the year 1870 would have traveled south to Florida.
How quickly following the Civil War would train travel have been repaired? How far south did it go before other methods were required? How many days would it take...
Our annual family vacation found us in St. Augustine, FL. I took a morning to do some railfanning of the Florida East Coast. I found train 226 crossing the San Sebastion River. Nice morning light and a lack of wind produced a nice reflection. Seeing an ex UP SD40-2 UP front was a treat for me...
My son moved his Electrical Contractor business in Fort Myers, now he is on Palm Ave. right across from the Seminole Gulf Railroad yard. Can't wait till later today when he gets his security cameras up I'm hoping for 24 hour feed of the yard.
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