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Date: 09/12/19 10:22
John Rebensdorf UPRR
Author: Corpach

Having had another browse through Vol 3 of Klein's epic tome on the UP I always wondered if John Rebensdorf has any plans to write a book on his contribution to the UPRR. That would certainly be an enlightening read. 

Dave
 



Date: 09/12/19 17:41
Re: John Rebensdorf UPRR
Author: CCDeWeese

I would cheerfully buy an early copy, especially if it were a first edition.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/13/19 06:30 by CCDeWeese.



Date: 09/12/19 18:50
Re: John Rebensdorf UPRR
Author: dcfbalcoS1

     Suggest you 'buy' it instead when you go 'by' the store and then tell them 'bye'.



Date: 09/13/19 06:31
Re: John Rebensdorf UPRR
Author: CCDeWeese

Fixed; going by bye.



Date: 09/13/19 09:15
Re: John Rebensdorf UPRR
Author: OSWishram

They're going to buy their books there?

BW



Date: 09/13/19 15:21
Re: John Rebensdorf UPRR
Author: TheNavigator

Corpach Wrote:
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> Having had another browse through Vol 3 of Klein's
> epic tome on the UP I always wondered if John
> Rebensdorf has any plans to write a book on his
> contribution to the UPRR. That would certainly be
> an enlightening read. 
>
> Dave

I attended Mr. Rebensdorf's presentation in Ogden at this year's joint SPH&TS/UPHS convention, and had the same thought.  IIRC, he mentioned that he nearly hired on with SP at one point before ultimately joining UP.
GK



Date: 10/13/19 23:43
Re: John Rebensdorf UPRR
Author: Seventyfive

Fred Frailey had an excellent story about a UP exec. who had just retired, which ran
I believe in the October 2012 Trains mag.  Can't find my copy but the name seems
familiar.  It arrived in my mail the day I pulled the pin on the my railroad career.  
If I have the name correct, Mr. Frailey's column about him suggests an exceptionally
interesting book about the UP is waiting to be written.



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