Posted by Marty Bernard on January 23, 2016 
Lots of memories of good times.
Posted by David Harris on January 23, 2016 
Fine image and back story.
Posted by D.Carleton on January 23, 2016 
Our condolences for your loss and our thanks to your father for passing along the appreciation of railroading.
Posted by Mitch Goldman on January 23, 2016 
In our memories, all live forever. Thanks for providing the memories. Great shot - looks like a model railroad as where else would one today see so much of the Lehigh Valley.
Posted by on January 23, 2016 
Oh, that's sad news. I met your father in 2003 and spent with him a day around the Morristown & Erie.
Posted by Doug Lilly on January 23, 2016 
Ted, As one who did know your father, I can't begin to express my sorrow for his loss. I first came to know his name in the very first issue of Railfan magazine, and later got to know him, usually when he was at an ARHS function. You were truly fortunate to have a father with which you could share such a great interest.
Posted by cmdrflake on January 23, 2016 
My condolences to your family. Perhaps, he is once again watching the "White Elephants", "Snowbirds", "Circus Wagons" and "bombers" from the Sayre foot bridge.
Posted by lancasterguy on January 23, 2016 
I love the old railroad pictures because there is no graffiti on any of the equipment, I don't know when that started, but I don't like it and I wish there was some way to stop it. This is a great picture.
Posted by Bernie Feltman on January 24, 2016 
Had no idea he had passed and I'm very sorry for your loss! Wonderful photo and a very thoughtful caption!
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