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Date: 07/18/02 06:04
"Phoebe Snow.....and rain"
Author: mancey

It's the summer of 1966....the day is gloomy with a light rain falling.....and here she comes....EL's "Phoebe Snow" threading her way through the Poconos near Cresco, PA. Phoebe...you brightened my day!





Date: 07/18/02 06:45
Re: "Phoebe Snow.....and rain"
Author: nikonman

Very nice!

Andy



Date: 07/18/02 07:07
Re: "Phoebe Snow.....and rain"
Author: nikonman

Low light makes it look just right.

Andy





Date: 07/18/02 07:36
Re: "Phoebe Snow.....and rain"
Author: jack_deasy

A nice photo.

Did you turn around and take a "going away" shot of Phoebe Snow's observation car?



Date: 07/18/02 09:47
Re: "Phoebe Snow.....and rain"
Author: mancey

Jack...yes I got a shot of Phoebe's rear end...classy and nicely curved....and for you Dave Davies...too hot for you today? So you are at the computer waiting to pounce on my photos heavily armed with photo shop...thanks for the color correction on Phoebe!



Date: 07/18/02 11:19
Re: "Phoebe Snow.....and rain"
Author: ddavies

yes ... went over to the club and the Park Super dropped by with a guy who was doing a free-lance video about the W&OD trail ... was only over there to test an engine, but wound up running trains for the camera for an hour ... :-)



Date: 07/18/02 11:33
Re: "Phoebe Snow.....and rain"
Author: lackawanna2001

Phoebe Snow in East Stroudsburg, Pa station from the early 60s. Photograph from negative collection of the Phillipsburg Railroad Historians.
Rick Glosser
Phillipsburg, NJ





Date: 07/18/02 11:44
Re: "Phoebe Snow.....and rain"
Author: lackawanna2001

One more from color negative, Erie E8A #828 with the Phoebe Snow, also in East Stroudsburg, Pa. A few scratches were on the negative.
Rick Glosser
Phillipsburg, NJ





Date: 07/18/02 13:37
Re: "Phoebe Snow.....and rain"
Author: jack_deasy

Phoebe Snow's observation cars spent the 1970s on Long Island. If she tired of the Pocono Mountains, then the beaches of the Hamptons and Montauk or the harbor at Greenport provided a welcome change of scenery!

http://www.mindspring.com/~jhdeasy/lirr/aquebogue.html

http://www.mindspring.com/~jhdeasy/lirr/asharoken.html



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