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Re: Railroad Gardening

  • Subject: [cg] Re: Railroad Gardening
  • From: Jennifer L Barricklow <barricklow@juno.com>
  • Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2002 10:14:33 -0500

The Danbury Railway Museum in Danbury, CT, has a very nice exhibit about
the competitive railroad gardens along that line of the New Haven RR, and
seem to have pretty significant records/documentation, including plant
lists, planting designs, etc. I'm sure if you contacted them, they would
be tickled pink to share what they have, and could surely point you in
the direction of other resources. RR enthusiasts are notoriously
meticulous collectors of detailed information, especially photographs, as
they never know when they might want to recreate something down to the
last speck of cinder ash!
Happy hunting!
Jennifer Barricklow
North Haven, CT
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