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Sent: Friday, April 04, 2014 2:44 PM
Subject: RE: Quick question -
Great Days of Rail Travel on the Florida East Coast - extended till April
The Great Days of Rail Travel on the Florida East Coast will run till
let your groups know that because of the exhibit’s enormous popularity,
the Library has decided to extend the show thru Tuesday, April
I will start
dismantling the exhibit on Wednesday, April 23rd.
It will take a few days. Mostly likely, your artifacts and
memorabilia will be ready for pick up during the last week of April. We
still have a few weeks to plan for that day.
Call me if
you have any questions.
From: Seth Bramson [mailto:sbramson@...]
Sent: Friday, April 04, 2014 11:35 AM
To: Jones, Sherry
Cc: mwoolman@...; Perricone,
Subject: Re: Quick
Sherry Jones, at
Florida East Coast Railway, has asked me to respond to your query.
First, I would
suggest that you visit the main branch of the Broward library in downtown Ft.
Lauderdale where "The Great Days of Rail Travel on the Florida East Coast"
will be on exhibit at the Bienes Museum of the Modern Book on the 6th floor
for the next few weeks.
Second, I would
reccommend the book "The Greatest Railroad Story Ever Told: Henry
Flagler and the Florida East Coast Railway's Key West Extension" to you as it
is the first and only complete history of that incredible project.
Third, most of the
FEC maps, including the complete set of four miles per sheet blueprint
maps of the Key West Extension from Homestead to Key West are here at The
Bramson Archive which houses the Florida East Coast Railway Company Archives
and you can contact me directly to arrange a visit.
If I may be of
further help, please don't hesitate to be in touch.
Seth H. Bramson,
Florida East Coast
Sent: Friday, April
04, 2014 7:56 AM
Could you please respond to
Mr. Woolman when you have a chance.
From: Maurice Woolman
Sent: Thursday, April 03, 2014 9:39 PM
Subject: Quick question
Could you tell me where I could view maps of the original
tracks built by Mr. Flagler in South Florida and the Keys? I have been
studying the development of Florida and how the railroad triggered that
development. By looking at the location of the tracks, I hope to get a
better idea of how the cities grew and expanded.
Maurice J Woolman, CFE
Oakland Park, Florida