Re: WTB, A&D/NF&D items

Charles Hladik

There is a Historical Society for the A&D. That's according to James
King of Lynchburg, Virginia.
James was an employee and last I know of was working for the local
Kabota dealer as a mechanic. He also models the A&D and there is also a book
I know of no contact info for Mr. King, so you are on your own. If you
find a contact, you can tell him that I gave his name. He'll know me from
the old hobby shop in town, Trains Unlimited (closed).
Good luck,
Chuck Hladik

In a message dated 1/19/2012 10:22:00 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
fmullins@... writes:

I'm interested anything from the Atlantic & Danville(A&D) Rwy or the later
Norfolk Franklin & Danville(NF&D). Looking for photos(b&w/color), slides,
timetables, employee mag(chatterbox) ETC.
If you have anything and would be willing to let go of it/sell, contact me
Fred Mullins

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