I have some surplus timetables and train magazines in my collection that I am selling. Over time as I buy lots of timetables, I end up with a few duplicates. Everything here is $5 (Canadian) each, plus shipping at cost. Contact me via email at email@example.com if you would like any. I will leave this … Read more
This will be my last post before Christmas. I hope you and your loved ones are happy and well. We are doing fine here. It’s important to remember in this time of giving and sharing that not everyone has enough to eat. CBC Manitoba recently ran a series of articles on local food banks and … Read more
I love images like this. There are so many little details. The white extra flags on the distant unit. The little red box on the crewman’s belt – what’s that for? The switch stand – electrically locked? The whistle sign indicating a nearby crossing. The line of telegraph poles with a new cable strung across … Read more
The late 1970s and early 1980s were the golden age of computer magazines. There was Creative Computing, Popular Computing, Info World, Compute!, BYTE, and many more. These were the primary ways that people learned about new computers, new programs and technical details of the computers. You couldn’t look this stuff up on the Internet yet!