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http://www.southjerseymuseum.org/

Bill Lane <Bill@...>
 

I just found out this exists even though it has been around for many years. http://www.southjerseymuseum.org

It is very close to my house as well.

 

They are having a train exhibit starting yesterday.  

 

Thank You,
Bill Lane

Modeling the Mighty Pennsy, PRSL & Reading in 1957 in S Scale since 1987

See my finished models at:
http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Models.htm
Look at what has been made in PRR in S Scale!

 

See my layout progress at:

http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Layout.htm

Join the Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines Historical Society
It's FREE to join! http://www.prslhs.com 
Preserving The Memory Of The PRSL

 


Re: RDC Wenonah

John Peters <peachkoblerpie@...>
 

Looks good ! Thank you guys. 

JP Sr. 


On Nov 25, 2022, at 4:58 PM, D S <ddshutt@...> wrote:

This is a little better...

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On Nov 25, 2022, at 3:06 PM, Michael S McConnell <msmcconn@...> wrote:


Good job removing the lettering.
On 11/25/2022 1:56 PM D S <ddshutt@...> wrote:


How's this?
Dan


On Nov 23, 2022, at 12:38 AM, Michael <msmcconn@...> wrote:

As I am trying to learn some photo-editing tricks, maybe this will help until Art gets a chance to respond...



At 09:05 AM 11/22/2022, John Peters wrote:

Call on the help of Art Wheeler!!

Mr Wheeler would you kindly clean up this photo??

Thank you,
J.C. Peters Sr.


Re: RDC Wenonah

D S <ddshutt@...>
 

This is a little better...

IMG_9915


On Nov 25, 2022, at 3:06 PM, Michael S McConnell <msmcconn@...> wrote:


Good job removing the lettering.
On 11/25/2022 1:56 PM D S <ddshutt@...> wrote:


How's this?
Dan


On Nov 23, 2022, at 12:38 AM, Michael <msmcconn@...> wrote:

As I am trying to learn some photo-editing tricks, maybe this will help until Art gets a chance to respond...



At 09:05 AM 11/22/2022, John Peters wrote:

Call on the help of Art Wheeler!!

Mr Wheeler would you kindly clean up this photo??

Thank you,
J.C. Peters Sr.


Re: RDC Wenonah

Michael S McConnell <msmcconn@...>
 

Good job removing the lettering.

On 11/25/2022 1:56 PM D S <ddshutt@...> wrote:


How's this?
Dan


On Nov 23, 2022, at 12:38 AM, Michael <msmcconn@...> wrote:

As I am trying to learn some photo-editing tricks, maybe this will help until Art gets a chance to respond...



At 09:05 AM 11/22/2022, John Peters wrote:

Call on the help of Art Wheeler!!

Mr Wheeler would you kindly clean up this photo??

Thank you,
J.C. Peters Sr.


Re: RDC Wenonah

D S <ddshutt@...>
 

How's this?
Dan

On Nov 23, 2022, at 12:38 AM, Michael <msmcconn@...> wrote:

 As I am trying to learn some photo-editing tricks, maybe this will help until Art gets a chance to respond...



At 09:05 AM 11/22/2022, John Peters wrote:

Call on the help of Art Wheeler!!

Mr Wheeler would you kindly clean up this photo??

Thank you,
J.C. Peters Sr.

Sent from my iPhone


Re: West Jersey Chapter YouTube Page Update with South Jersey PRSL Images

Bill Lane <Bill@...>
 

Thanks Dave. I gave it a look. There are some rare photos in there including Seaboard running under PRR catenary.

 

Thank You,
Bill Lane

Modeling the Mighty Pennsy, PRSL & Reading in 1957 in S Scale since 1987

See my finished models at:
http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Models.htm
Look at what has been made in PRR in S Scale!

 

See my layout progress at:

http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Layout.htm

Join the Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines Historical Society
It's FREE to join! http://www.prslhs.com 
Preserving The Memory Of The PRSL

 

From: David Homer [mailto:homer.d338@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 20, 2022 9:10 PM
To: members@...
Subject: West Jersey Chapter YouTube Page Update with South Jersey PRSL Images

 

All, we have added another video to our YouTube Page

 

Member Scott Barnes has edited and added the video from our March 2022 meeting which featured Rich Jahn of the Anthracite Railroads Historical Society presenting a program of photos from the Late Walter Schopp.    There are many PRSL South Jersey images in this program.

 

 

Here's a brief description of the video:

 

Rich Jahn of the Anthracite Railroads Historical Society presents rarely-seen rail images by the late Walter Schopp from New Jersey and surrounding areas. Walt never shared his images and only since his passing has the ARHS been sharing some of them. Walt was a prolific transportation photographer in New Jersey and Pennsylvania starting in the late 1950s: his collection included 150,000 slides and 22,000 negatives. Following a biography of Walt and some background on how the ARHS acquired a portion of his collection, the photo presentation begins at 13:19. This presentation was recorded live at the March 28, 2022, virtual meeting of the West Jersey Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. 

 

 For more on the ARHS: https://www.anthraciterailroads.org 

For more on the West Jersey Chapter NRHS: https://www.westjersey-nrhs.org 

 

00:00 Introduction by Dave Homer 

02:20 Biography of Walter Schopp

06:08 Background on ARHS’s Walter Schopp collection 

13:19 Main presentation 

1:00:08 Q&A


Re: RDC Wenonah

Michael <msmcconn@...>
 

As I am trying to learn some photo-editing tricks, maybe this will help until Art gets a chance to respond...

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At 09:05 AM 11/22/2022, John Peters wrote:

Call on the help of Art Wheeler!!

Mr Wheeler would you kindly clean up this photo??

Thank you,
J.C. Peters Sr.


Re: RDC Wenonah

Joe Boscoe <joeboscoe@...>
 

Art has been quiet lately. Hope he responds to this request.
jb

On Nov 22, 2022, at 9:05 AM, John Peters <peachkoblerpie@...> wrote:


Call on the help of Art Wheeler!!

Mr Wheeler would you kindly clean up this photo??

Thank you,
J.C. Peters Sr.

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Sent from my iPhone


RDC Wenonah

John Peters <peachkoblerpie@...>
 

Call on the help of Art Wheeler!!

Mr Wheeler would you kindly clean up this photo??

Thank you,
J.C. Peters Sr.


West Jersey Chapter YouTube Page Update with South Jersey PRSL Images

David Homer <homer.d338@...>
 

All, we have added another video to our YouTube Page

Member Scott Barnes has edited and added the video from our March 2022 meeting which featured Rich Jahn of the Anthracite Railroads Historical Society presenting a program of photos from the Late Walter Schopp.    There are many PRSL South Jersey images in this program.


Here's a brief description of the video:

Rich Jahn of the Anthracite Railroads Historical Society presents rarely-seen rail images by the late Walter Schopp from New Jersey and surrounding areas. Walt never shared his images and only since his passing has the ARHS been sharing some of them. Walt was a prolific transportation photographer in New Jersey and Pennsylvania starting in the late 1950s: his collection included 150,000 slides and 22,000 negatives. Following a biography of Walt and some background on how the ARHS acquired a portion of his collection, the photo presentation begins at 13:19. This presentation was recorded live at the March 28, 2022, virtual meeting of the West Jersey Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. 

 For more on the ARHS: https://www.anthraciterailroads.org 
For more on the West Jersey Chapter NRHS: https://www.westjersey-nrhs.org 

00:00 Introduction by Dave Homer 
02:20 Biography of Walter Schopp
06:08 Background on ARHS’s Walter Schopp collection 
13:19 Main presentation 
1:00:08 Q&A


LONG Conrail train

Bill Lane <Bill@...>
 

This is 1 of the trains that I was running yesterday. https://youtu.be/x3j2i7I-IgA

 

It ran pretty well considering it was almost 4 hours. No derailments, no corn field meets and only 1 unwanted uncoupling ironically right at the end of the day

THIS is what my layout was designed to do - run LONG trains. You can do switching but I cut all my Kadee wires off so you would be uncoupling some other way

 

Note for added realism 1 of the container doors is opened because it was looted!

 

 

Thank You,
Bill Lane

Modeling the Mighty Pennsy, PRSL & Reading in 1957 in S Scale since 1987

See my finished models at:
http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Models.htm
Look at what has been made in PRR in S Scale!

 

See my layout progress at:

http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Layout.htm

Join the Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines Historical Society
It's FREE to join! http://www.prslhs.com 
Preserving The Memory Of The PRSL

 


The 16mm Railroad Movies of John M. Prophet III

Russell Sharp <russsharp21@...>
 

https://youtu.be/BHxbg4-bskw
My friends and fellow members and fellow residents, I stumbled upon the above ⬆️ video, and if not yet seen, is absolutely amazing Pennsy in the 1940s and 1950s, from one end of the system to the other! There is also some New York Central and Jersey Central footage. And the narrative is extremely informative!
Russ


Open house & Zoom today

Bill Lane <Bill@...>
 

If you want to attend in person you should reply ASAP. I am about to get busy by about 8:00 AM getting my house set up.

 

I will be having an open house for my layout 1:00 to 4:00 for this group  https://www.njdivnmra.org There is a meeting in the morning and 5 layouts open in my area - 4 are very close together. You have 3 hours to get to as many layouts as you want. I would recommend you see my friend Steve’s layout it is completed

 

If you are local and want to attend please reply to me for the info.

 

If you are not local I will be ZOOMING my layout.  My ZOOM camera is pointed at my layout 4 feet away. I will have a real mix of trains running including a 55 car Conrail train, my Amtrak train and my 1 of a kind PRSL passenger train. Also depending on the help I get I will possibly be running my Blue Comet, a small Conrail local train and my Shay logging train that can run so slowly you have to stare at it to see it is really moving.

 

If you have a question put it in the chat I might be able to answer but I will be busy hosting so I might not see it. You could email as well.

 

I will open the ZOOM just before 1:00. No password or waiting room is needed come on in.

 

Topic: Saturday 1:00 PM 1-19-22 Zoom Bills S Scale Layout Open House

Time: Nov 19, 2022 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/83283709885?pwd=SDFrekFoY1RJblFXeEdOd1pwY2lpUT09

 

Meeting ID: 832 8370 9885

Passcode: 108401

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Find your local number: https://us06web.zoom.us/u/kbh7mEavor

 

 

Thank You,
Bill Lane

Modeling the Mighty Pennsy, PRSL & Reading in 1957 in S Scale since 1987

See my finished models at:
http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Models.htm
Look at what has been made in PRR in S Scale!

 

See my layout progress at:

http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Layout.htm

Join the Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines Historical Society
It's FREE to join! http://www.prslhs.com 
Preserving The Memory Of The PRSL

 


Re: Save the Date - Saturday December 3 - Program in Haddon Heights at11 am

L.McCall <lcjm@...>
 

Awesome Dave!

Lou

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 

From: David Homer
Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2022 7:26 PM
To: members@...
Subject: Save the Date - Saturday December 3 - Program in Haddon Heights at11 am

 

You are welcome to join the West Jersey Chapter on Saturday, December 3rd for this event.

 

We will meet on Saturday morning at the Haddon Heights Library (Basement) and we will share some of the PRSL and local images that were received from Tom Jorgensen that we have been going through. We will hopefully have more images scanned at this point. Also, open will be the Delaware & Susquehanna Model RR Club at the Haddon Heights Station and Roads and Rails Vintage Hobby Store on Station Avenue.   We will begin the presentation at 11 am.     

 

Haddon Heights Public Library, 608 Station Ave, Haddon Heights, NJ 08035, USA (map)

 

The Library does have an elevator if you have a problem with stairs.   There is also a restroom adjacent to the meeting area.   

 

This event will not be on Zoom but we hope that we'll have it on Zoom at another time (and recorded).   

 

This will be our only in-person meeting in December.   Feel free to join us.   There is no cost to attend this event and you are cordially invited.

 

Dave Homer

 


Save the Date - Saturday December 3 - Program in Haddon Heights at 11 am

David Homer <homer.d338@...>
 

You are welcome to join the West Jersey Chapter on Saturday, December 3rd for this event.

We will meet on Saturday morning at the Haddon Heights Library (Basement) and we will share some of the PRSL and local images that were received from Tom Jorgensen that we have been going through. We will hopefully have more images scanned at this point. Also, open will be the Delaware & Susquehanna Model RR Club at the Haddon Heights Station and Roads and Rails Vintage Hobby Store on Station Avenue.   We will begin the presentation at 11 am.     

Haddon Heights Public Library, 608 Station Ave, Haddon Heights, NJ 08035, USA (map)

The Library does have an elevator if you have a problem with stairs.   There is also a restroom adjacent to the meeting area.   

This event will not be on Zoom but we hope that we'll have it on Zoom at another time (and recorded).   

This will be our only in-person meeting in December.   Feel free to join us.   There is no cost to attend this event and you are cordially invited.

Dave Homer


Layout Open House & ZOOM 11-19-22

Bill Lane <Bill@...>
 

On Saturday 11-19-22 I will be having an open house for my layout 1:00 to 4:00 for this group  https://www.njdivnmra.org There is a meeting in the morning and 5 layouts open in my area - 4 are very close together. You have 3 hours to get to as many layouts as you want. I would recommend you see my friend Steve’s layout it is completed

 

If you are local and want to attend please reply to me for the info.

 

If you are not local I will be ZOOMING my layout.  My ZOOM camera is pointed at my layout 4 feet away. I will have a real mix of trains running including a 55 car Conrail train, my Amtrak train and my 1 of a kind PRSL passenger train. Also depending on the help I get I will possibly be running my Blue Comet, a small Conrail local train and my Shay logging train that can run so slowly you have to stare at it to see it is really moving.

 

If you have a question put it in the chat I might be able to answer but I will be busy hosting so I might not see it. You could email as well.

 

I will open the ZOOM just before 1:00. No password or waiting room is needed come on in.

 

Topic: Saturday 1:00 PM 1-19-22 Zoom Bills S Scale Layout Open House

Time: Nov 19, 2022 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/83283709885?pwd=SDFrekFoY1RJblFXeEdOd1pwY2lpUT09

 

Meeting ID: 832 8370 9885

Passcode: 108401

One tap mobile

+13017158592,,83283709885#,,,,*108401# US (Washington DC)

+13092053325,,83283709885#,,,,*108401# US

 

Dial by your location

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        +1 309 205 3325 US

        +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

        +1 646 931 3860 US

        +1 929 436 2866 US (New York)

        +1 564 217 2000 US

        +1 669 444 9171 US

        +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)

        +1 689 278 1000 US

        +1 719 359 4580 US

        +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

        +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)

        +1 360 209 5623 US

        +1 386 347 5053 US

        +1 507 473 4847 US

Meeting ID: 832 8370 9885

Passcode: 108401

Find your local number: https://us06web.zoom.us/u/kbh7mEavor

 

 

Thank You,
Bill Lane

Modeling the Mighty Pennsy, PRSL & Reading in 1957 in S Scale since 1987

See my finished models at:
http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Models.htm
Look at what has been made in PRR in S Scale!

 

See my layout progress at:

http://www.lanestrains.com/My_Layout.htm

Join the Pennsylvania Reading Seashore Lines Historical Society
It's FREE to join! http://www.prslhs.com 
Preserving The Memory Of The PRSL

 


E6s 460 With E6s 6028

Doug Kisala <dougkisala@...>
 

Hello list,

After I decaled my HO scale rendition of PRSL E6s 6028, I decided to buy a second E6s.  

Broadway Limited Imports' model of E6s 460 is very shiny out of the box.  As with my 6028, both run very well.  

Doug Kisala


Amtrak’s Carl Sandburg, train 381 arrives at Quincy, Illinois from Chica...

Russell Sharp <russsharp21@...>
 

https://youtu.be/ywHMVfmN5Uw
My friends and fellow members, above is today’s excursion, compliments of my Guest Rewards points.
Russ


Re: Flickr website PRSL photo

John Peters <boomerjdpeters@...>
 

Just noticed the 6028 still has a keystone number plate, to be changed out to the original round one

Boomer


-----Original Message-----
From: Jack Schilling <schilling.jack@...>
To: Peter Gentieu <prsl1953@...>
Cc: PRSL Historical Society <members@...>
Sent: Mon, Oct 31, 2022 8:11 am
Subject: Re: Flickr website PRSL photo

Hello Peter,

This photo excerpt from a Jim Kranefeld article in a 1986 NRHS Bulletin provides a bit of background on PRR 6028.  My apologies for the poor image quality.

6028 was built for the WJ&S in 1914 and, apparently, remained a WJ&S asset in the PRSL years.

Regards,
Jack Schilling




Re: Flickr website PRSL photo

John Peters <boomerjdpeters@...>
 

Thanks everyone............................Boomer


-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Sirotta <msirt@...>
To: Jeff <jeffmarinoff@...>
Cc: members@... <members@...>
Sent: Wed, Nov 2, 2022 3:43 am
Subject: Re: Flickr website PRSL photo

I remember "R Kansas" pronunciation from the jitney drivers and trolley motormen. My dad was born in Atlantic City in 1910 (sole surviving child of immigrants). Stayed through High School, then went off to college and medical school. After serving in the Army medical corps during the 2nd WW, he opened a family practice in Paulsboro (Glouscester county), where I grew up. But every summer in the’50’s thru the 70’s he’d rent an apartment in AC for the whole summer, first in what was once the President Hotel on Albany Ave. (the President had full summer rentals available - I remember the rooms were equipped with both fresh water and hot salt water baths!). Then he rented a floor in one of the porched houses in Ventnor, and finally landed in an apartment in the Warwick on Raleigh Ave. This he later bought when the building went condo. When he retired from his practice he lived there year-round through the ’80’s. He was essentially an Atlantic City boy for most of his life and I spent many a summer there. Had a summer job for 2 years driving motorized  Seidel rolling chairs in the evenings after setting up the push chairs along the boardwalk railing (Al Seidel made a business of lining up his fleet of the old manual chairs along the rail opposite the Ambassador hotel and renting each for the season to customers who would come just to sit and watch passers by in the evenings - my folks rented one.)

So, you’ve uncorked some memories, but long story short, I do remember "R Kansas” being called out while riding in one of the rarely seen, except in really high season, older Brill streetcars (sometimes painted moving billboards). I’m old enough to remember those.

On Nov 1, 2022, at 8:17 PM, Jeff <jeffmarinoff@...> wrote:

Old timers in Atlantic City for some strange reason always pronounced it R Kansas Avenue. Trolley operators and later bus operators on Atlantic Avenue would call out the stop at R Kansas Ave. For many years, I worked in Convention Hall in Atlantic City. During the Miss America Pageant in Convention Hall, the Arkansas delegation with Miss Arkansas would laugh like hell when they found out about it or heard it. And being the jokester with a sense of humor that I was, I made sure they and Miss Arkansas heard about it every year....lol....

Funny thing, very few true natives from the old days {I've lived here 70 of my 77 years} still live in Atlantic City or the surrounding area. They've mostly died off or moved away. Nobody here says R Kansas Avenue anymore. Now, even the interior announcements on the local N. J. Transit buses have the correct pronunciation. 

Jeff Marinoff


On Tuesday, November 1, 2022, 4:31:28 PM EDT, Don Lee <donlee48@...> wrote:


I guess pronunciation is in the mouth of the speaker.  Take three cities spelled Newark.  New Jersey is Newerk.  Delaware is New Ark.  Ohio is Nerk.  

From: M. Mitchell Marmel <marmelmm@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 1, 2022 4:00 PM
Cc: members@... <members@...>
Subject: Re: Flickr website PRSL photo
 
Speaking as a long-term resident of Arkansas (20 years next September), my adoptive home state is called "Ar-kan-SAW", while the river is called "Ar-KAN-sas" by us Ar-KAN-sans.  Mainly to tell 'em apart, near as I can tell.  :D 

Mitch 

On Tue, Nov 1, 2022 at 12:30 PM Don Lee <donlee48@...> wrote:
Don't know.  I figured it was an old pronunciation.  My parents always called the state R-Kansas.

From: John Peters <boomerjdpeters@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 1, 2022 12:59 PM
To: donlee48@... <donlee48@...>; peachkoblerpie@... <peachkoblerpie@...>
Cc: prsl1953@... <prsl1953@...>; members@... <members@...>
Subject: Re: Flickr website PRSL photo
 
Why did all the P-RSL men mispronounce  Arkansas Ave R Kansas ?

Boomer


-----Original Message-----
From: John Peters <boomerjdpeters@...>
To: donlee48@... <donlee48@...>; peachkoblerpie@... <peachkoblerpie@...>
Cc: prsl1953@... <prsl1953@...>; members@... <members@...>
Sent: Tue, Nov 1, 2022 12:40 pm
Subject: Re: Flickr website PRSL photo

"Bingo"


-----Original Message-----
From: Don Lee <donlee48@...>
To: John Peters <peachkoblerpie@...>
Cc: prsl1953@... <prsl1953@...>; John Peters <boomerjdpeters@...>; members@... <members@...>
Sent: Tue, Nov 1, 2022 11:33 am
Subject: Re: Flickr website PRSL photo

In the year after the creation of the PRSL, Atlantic City became somewhat of an operational nightmare.  Yes, traffic was down due to the bridges over the Delaware. Surviving trains of both the Reading and PRR had to be moved to the inadequate South Carolina Ave. station to permit construction of Union Station that blocked access to the former ACRR station.  

From: John Peters <peachkoblerpie@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 1, 2022 10:29 AM
To: Don Lee <donlee48@...>
Cc: prsl1953@... <prsl1953@...>; John Peters <boomerjdpeters@...>; members@... <members@...>
Subject: Re: Flickr website PRSL photo
 
Don,
That makes sense. At first I thought it might be the Tennessee Station, but lack of 3rd rail ruled that out. 

John Sr. 


On Nov 1, 2022, at 10:11 AM, Don Lee <donlee48@...> wrote:


This location is near the throat of the former WJ&S South Carolina Ave. station in Atlantic City.  The engine is facing northbound and is on one of the station stub end tracks.  The two tracks in the foreground continued north to the inlet and did have an intertrack fence.  The buildings in the background are on Arctic Ave.  

The photo below is a snip from a YouTube video.  It is from the South Carolina Ave. end of the station.  Note the intertrack fence that matches the fence in the previous photo. The PRSL engine would have been coupled to a track of coaches where the roof line of coaches shows here.  
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From: John Peters <boomerjdpeters@...>
Sent: Tuesday, November 1, 2022 9:03 AM
To: peachkoblerpie@... <peachkoblerpie@...>; prsl1953@... <prsl1953@...>
Cc: members@... <members@...>
Subject: Re: Flickr website PRSL photo
 
Thinking old RDG station in Atlantic City before new "union" station opened in 1934.................but were engines stenciled P-RSL that early ? Or old West Jersey Station...................Don Lee ! 


-----Original Message-----
From: John Peters <peachkoblerpie@...>
To: Peter Gentieu <prsl1953@...>
Cc: PRSL Historical Society <members@...>
Sent: Tue, Nov 1, 2022 7:11 am
Subject: Re: Flickr website PRSL photo

Peter,

There aren’t many places on the PRSL with several platforms. Atlantic City had no inter-track fence. My guess would be Federal Street Camden, but the buildings are throwing me off, so I’m not positive. It is possible that the locomotive was loaned or borrowed by the PRR possibly outside of Philadelphia? 

Hopefully my father or Don Lee will recognize the location. 

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