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Making The Past Come Alive

Gateway Train Station Holds Open House In Honor Of National Train Day

May 12, 2013

Once again, Jamestown’s railroad-dependent past came to life for hundreds of area residents at the newly-renovated Erie-Lackawanna Railroad Station. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m....

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May-12-13 11:53 PM

wow sounds like a great out come and deffinately hope they have it again next year since i missed it this year due to work which was unexpected and hope they can refix the rails so we can have amtrak or small commuter train from erie jamestown and buffalo route for the major amtrak routes or even back down to nyc so we dont have to go to buffalo for a train ride to the south hop on in jamestown hop off at penn station nyc unto amtrak north and south routes sounds like a good plan to me hope lee harkness sees this great plan i think he'll like it too

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May-12-13 4:47 PM

Gee maybe people will realize the downtown that was built by railroads, not highways. Can make a comeback if we invest a tiny bit into trains! Just wait, as word gets out about the event. It will be better than ever! Thanks Lee for a great Job!

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May-12-13 3:20 PM

An absolutely wonderful experience! Thank you to Mr. Harkness and all the folks that made this event possible. Also support needed for Mr. Bob Johnston and his Tolley car No. 93 restoration project a very interesting and challenging job.

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May-12-13 11:18 AM

It's always good to hear the positiveness of Lee Harkness. I miss his Monday morning column in the Post-Journal.

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