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Chuck and Jane Pomazal

Chuck and Jane Pomazal

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guest   [Dec 20, 2003 at 06:58 PM]
Chuck... Love your railroad especially as my maternal grandparents lived in Hubbel. I heard lots of stories from my mother about the people and area before she graduated from Lake Linden High in 1929. Grandpa was born near the Quincy in 1874 and worked the mill in Hubbel about 50 years. So tickled to find a real Yooper in my area, as I'm in Milledgeville up the road from you. We're in Rockport Texas for the winter. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Kay Moore, Milledgeville
guest   [Dec 22, 2003 at 11:36 PM]
Chuck...I was born in Dixon and raised in Hancock, graduated from Highschool there and now live in Grand Ledge Michigan. Its great to see your set up, when I was growing up my friends and I would walk up the paths from our homes on the east end of Hancock and spend the day exploring the old mine buildings and railroad cars. Thanks!
guest   [Jan 03, 2004 at 03:02 AM]
Great picks, was looking at John Dee's website and ran across your photos on the patsy cam website. Am from Byron, IL but snowmobile a lot in the U.P.
guest   [Jan 15, 2004 at 06:18 PM]
NICE JOB CHUCK! Thank you for sharing those pictures. They were very interesting and fun to view. It is very cool to see people like you using their atristic and creative talents. Many Blessings Always! :)
guest   [Jul 01, 2004 at 03:08 PM]
Chuck and Jane -

Love your train layout. The Q&TLRR was a major part of my family history. I was reminded of great times playing in the real buildings, as a kid, in the mid and late fifties. I had been to the site of the 1937 wreck many times during those years when things were not so overgrown. For years the wrecked cab of number five was laying on the ground next to the roundhouse. Probably gone now. Thanks, Ed Schneiderhan (Grandson of Joe)

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