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I recently received the May 2021 issue of the Bridge Line Historical Society’s Bulletin. As usual, there were plenty of great articles and photos. If you don’t already subscribe to the Bulletin, I would highly recommend it. Jim Lafeyette’s collum on MUing locomotives was particularly interesting. I bet they wished they had CVs on their locos…
In addition to the great monthly content, I was very excited to see my own article in the Bulletin! I wrote and submitted an article on D&H 7303 last month, and seeing it on paper and knowing it will be sent to hundreds of people was a first for me.
I hope to continue writing for the Bulletin, so if you receive it or you live near one of the hobby shops that stock it, stay tuned…
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