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Date: 11/28/22 15:05
One Night at Church
Author: PC1073

Probably didn't cover for many past sins, but, it did lead to this.  Santa Train deadhead move passes 
the historic location in Dante, Va., on a cool evening spent with a few others in the parking lot.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/twenty17teen/

John R



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/28/22 15:06 by PC1073.




Date: 11/28/22 15:17
Re: One Night at Church
Author: refarkas

Fabulous!
Bob



Date: 11/28/22 15:20
Re: One Night at Church
Author: ns1000

Very nice..!!



Date: 11/28/22 15:26
Re: One Night at Church
Author: Notch7

You really did good.



Date: 11/28/22 15:36
Re: One Night at Church
Author: scoobydoobydoo

ARRRRRROOOOOO



Date: 11/28/22 16:36
Re: One Night at Church
Author: ClubCar

No doubt about it, that is one sensational photo with a beautiful looking train set passing a house of the Lord.  I feel so lucky that I have lived to remember the olden days on the B&O when all their passenger trains looked like this one.  Thanks for sharing your photo with all of us.
John in White Marsh, Maryland



Date: 11/28/22 18:53
Re: One Night at Church
Author: boejoe

Amen!



Date: 11/29/22 03:44
Re: One Night at Church
Author: bmarti7

Hallelujah!

PCBill



Date: 11/29/22 18:40
Re: One Night at Church
Author: atsf121

Outstanding!

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Date: 11/30/22 02:47
Re: One Night at Church
Author: RNP47

Your post reminds me of when I lived in S. Berwick Maine and attended St. Mary's chuch in Rollinsford NH.
The church was right next to the PanAm main line and routinely the Downeaster would come roaring by horns a tooting right in middle of the sermon.



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