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Mon Mar 25 09:08:22 EDT 2013
I attended St. James in the 70's. At that point in time the old station was no longer in operation and had been moved about a half a block from it's original location. Student's would walk the tracks to Bloom's Store, which you will recall was the local post office, general store, and source of candy, ice cream and RC Cola. I wonder if she didn't end up working for Mr. Bloom when the station closed.
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On Mar 24, 2013, at 8:02 PM, NW Mailing List <nw-mailing-list at nwhs.org> wrote:
> In the mid 50's while attending St. James School about 6 miles south of Hagerstown on the N&W, I would often visit the St. James station. I recall the station agent as being a friendly lady, possibly around 30 years old. I have no recollection of her name, but from what I've read here there were very few female station agents on N&W. It sure sounds as if this was Ms. McNeil.
> Though I don't remember the lady's name, one lasting memory of that era is a short cab ride in a K-2. Talk about cloud nine!
> John Marbury
> Buford, GA
> There was an interesting article about Luetta McNeil, a station agent,
> posted here on March 9, 2013. The article said she briefly served on the
> northern end of the Shenandoah line. Does anybody know which station she worked
> in the north ? Is she still living ? She would be near 90 years old but
> quite possibly still with us.
> Terry Marshall
> Hagerstown, MD
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