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18th Jul, 2009 at 2:54pm

Chuck Jodry   Offline
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fsdeveloper.com seems to be offline , is Arno on vacation or is it no more?

Anybody know?
 

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Reply #1 - 18th Jul, 2009 at 3:48pm

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I've been on and off FS Developer all day Chuck...

I'm online there right now!  Huh
 

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Reply #2 - 18th Jul, 2009 at 4:13pm

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I was able to go to their website without any problems.

Slightly OT. Chuck - is your home in Montreal close to the train tracks? My Mom and I traveled through twice the last two weeks on VIA rail. She had fun pointing out all the places she used to work right after the war. I wondered if your place was anywhere close since the pictures you posted awhile back looked like you had moved into a warehouse.

This is the view from our train compartment as we were leaving the city.

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Reply #3 - 18th Jul, 2009 at 4:38pm

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Thats the Victoria Bridge , opened in 1859, and the first to span the St. Lawrence River.

Its got a metal grid deck that makes a really cool hum when you drive a car over it , our house isn't downtown
so i dont think you would see Rosemont from the train , were you going to the East Coast for a visit to your Mothers old house?

Re FSD , it seems my saved link was defunct .
 

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Reply #4 - 18th Jul, 2009 at 7:17pm

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Yes - We were riding the Ocean limited to Amherst, Nova Scotia. The train people treated us very well. Travel by train is unlike any other that I've tried. Highly recommended.
 
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Reply #5 - 19th Jul, 2009 at 12:16am

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Obviously train service in Canada still has some class. Riding AMTRAK is an exercise in absolute horror...

...at least the trip from Chicago to Baltimore is. Perhaps it's better out west.
 

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