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Glad you're out and about in the fresh air. Any bird activity in the marsh? What's happening up on Sunset, and any more progress eliminating the level-grade crossings?
No new level crossing stuff as of now. Though we had a nice few weeks of train horns while the way side horn wiring was being replaced at Dayton St.

Bill Anderson

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That is certainly a new way to record and enjoy videos of passing trains. What is the make and model of camera?
I suggest using the 1080 setting if watching it on a full screen.
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