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20th Century Rider

Conductor
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Jan 26, 2020
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Oregon Coast
My very first train ride was a 2nd grade field trip on the New York Central between Schenectady and Albany. It was thrilling… like riding on a cloud! When growing up the family would take Central trains between Schenectady and NYC to visit relatives. I had always longed to ride the flagship 20th Century Limited when we moved to the midwest; but time passes by and one can only reminisce. Forever trying to catch up… I’ve been on every Amtrak LD train except City of New Orleans and the Crescent.
 
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Jun 6, 2019
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NewYork, NY
When you can....complete those two train trips. ..You will enjoy them.....Theyxhave something good to bring to the LD table.
 

Lenquixote66

Service Attendant
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Mar 15, 2021
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Location
New York
I mentioned in another thread we should have a thread with this title. I have already been PM'd asking me to start it. So, I'll go first.

MrFSS is short for Mr Financial Settlement Services. That is a subsidiary company of the big company I retired from a few years ago. We only had a few employees in our little group, and to many of my customers I was know as = MrFSS. It stuck and I keep using it today. Haven't worked there in a few years, but I still hear from folks now and then.

So, if you have a story as to why you have the user name you use and want to share it, this is the place!

Tom
My choice of screen name is based on DonQuixote ,my favorite character from my favorite novel.The 66 is just a number.
 

WWW

Service Attendant
AU Lifetime Supporter
Joined
Nov 18, 2018
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MSP
WWW - www - nothing to do with the internet
-W- wings (retired airline worker - 29 years with a major airline)
-W- waves (Cruise travels - Platinum Plus with NCL)
-W- wheels (what a train rides on)
Avatar is Anderson tartan - I wear kilts quite often when traveling the many modes of travel air ship rail
 

RovinMoses

Train Attendant
Joined
May 19, 2019
Messages
25
RovinMoses -- a CB "handle" given to me by my brother several decades ago because I was a Methodist pastor who moved around! "Back in the day" I used it quite a bit on frequent trips from Pendleton to PDX. Remembering Pendleton, we took our grade-school-age kids on The Pioneer to Denver, then on the Desert Wind to SLC, LAX, CS to PDX, and back to Pendleton. A great trip!
 
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