In association with RAILFAN GUIDES of the U.S.
|A bad day of railfanning is better than a good day of anything else.
Website Last Revised 7/25/19
|This is a non commercial, educational website
| Notice: Due to a number of factors, including the high cost of obtaining
a security certificate required by most search engines, starting in mid
2019, I have decided to close down this website. My domain and hosting
is paid through December, 2020, so it will be online at least until then. I
do reserve to right to change my mind.
It has been a great six year run and I have enjoyed creating these
pages as an addition to my hobby of railfanning. As I get older, I find
that I am not able to travel to distant railfan spots like I used to enjoy.
As well, I am running out of sufficiently interesting spots to write about.
Creating pages has become the main focus of my railfan hobby.
I enjoy the creative part of having a website, and I have a wide
variety of eclectic interests, so I am considering creating an online blog
that will at times feature railfan subjects along with a whole range of
other subjects. I will post the link to it here if and when I have created
it. I welcome continued correspondence from railfans everywhere. You can
e-mail me at email@example.com
I have made arrangements with my friend and fellow railfan, Todd
Sestero to archive the location pages on his website RAILFAN GUIDES of the
U.S. and, hopefully there they will be available for a long time
Note about Railfan Guides to the U.S.: you may get a privacy
warning, but that is because he hasn't purchased a new security
certificate. If you have virus protection, there should be no problem.
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