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|Message||Please include the wife Carrie. Look forward to your train rides. How do we get tickets for the Pig Roast on Aug 20 2011?|
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|Message||A quick thank you to you all for making us SO welcome when we visited today Oct 30th. We know you were busy preparing for tonights ghost train and we really do appreciate the time you spent showing us around. Morey took over 200 !!!! photos so we will have lots of happy memories. We'll be back again I'm sure. Happy Halloween !!!|
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|Message||It was great to be back at Mt. Pleasant and Old Threshers, the #6 looked wonderful and was a real joy to see it in action once again, as well as the #9 and #16 Henschel. Everyone who puts this all together every year does a fantastic job and I applaud all of your hard work. Thank you all for another great year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
|Message||According to my Great-Great Grandmother's obit, my great-grandfather worked for the MCRR at the time of her death, April 4 1918. Does anyone know how I can confirm? I come from a long line of railroad
For those interested in the above question...
The present day MCRR started in the late 1950's as a project of the Midwest Old Threshers group. This "MCRR" is an extremely short-line railroad, often referred to as a tourist railroad or museum railroad.
I suspect the "MCRR" which your great-grandfather worked for was the "Michigan Central Railroad." That "MCRR" was incorporated in 1846 and later became part of the Penn Central Railroad.
Details of the Michigan Central can be found at
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