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Conversations with Brian Solomon, Episode 39
Brian talks with railroader Mike Lacey about his multi-decade career. They discuss how Mike got into railroading with the Erie Lackawanna in 1968, stories from the road, leaving the industry after the formation of Conrail, and hiring out (again) with CSX in another decade.
Trains News Wire Round-up for the week of Feb. 14, 2020
Trains editors discuss railroad news that is fit to publish for the week of Feb. 14, 2020.
This week, Rob and Steve talk about a CSX derailment and fire, Canadian National's network shut down, and the return of the East Broad Top Railroad!
Trains News Wire Round-Up for the week of Feb. 7, 2020
Trains editors discuss the news published during the week of Feb. 7, 2010.
This week, Steve talks about Canadian Pacific's derailment in Saskatchewan, another coal to oil conversion on the Colorado narrow gauge lines, BNSF Railway's $3-billion capital spending plan, and more!
Trains News Wire Round-up for the week of Jan. 31, 2020
Trains editors discuss rail news that's fit to publish!
This week, Jim and Steve talk about a re-built K-37 2-8-2 steam locomotive in Colorado, Class I railroad earnings, and a Charger locomotive test train.
Conversations with Brian Solomon, Episode 38
We're back on the railfan track this week with railroad photography! Photographers Marshall W. Beecher and Chris Guss sit down with Brian to talk about the state of railroad photography, transitioning from photography to videography, photography equipment, and favorite locations.
Trains News Wire Round-up for the week of Jan. 24, 2020
Trains editors offer a round-up of the news that's fit to publish. This week, Jim and Steve talk about SEPTA's PCC cars; Union Pacific's rising stock price, what will happen to an N&W Y6, and more!
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“We’re not going to get into politics, but...”
“we’re gonna pimp Joe Biden because he wants to spend kadoodle-zillions of borrowed Chinese yuan on Amtrak.”
Never mind that he will return us to the failed economic policies of Barack Obama that will give us a weak, stagnant economy.
See, I can be non-political too.