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  • 02:00

    Show-Me Central NMRA Preview and Railfan Turned Railroader Scott Nauert

    in Hobbies

    This week, in advance of our visit to the Show-Me Central NMRA Covention in June, we visit with Brad Slone who describes what makes the Convention so interesting, and how the model railroading hobby is growing in the midwest.  During the second hour of the program, we visit with a railfan who's passion for railroads and it's place in United States history, decided to become a railroader. Scott Nauert is continuing the time honored tradition that railroaders of days gone by, have lived by for so many years.Scott has documeted several branch lines abandonments  Mr. Nauert is currently an engineer with a short line serving a Mississipi River Port. He still finds time to railfan and take some great pictures. railroader that encourages future railroaders. 

  • 02:01

    St. Louis' Little Railroads

    in Hobbies

    This week's APRHF's Let's Talk Trains show will focus on St. Louis's little known railroads. ShuttletrainTED will talk with the Wabash, Frisco and Pacific in Glencoe, Missouri, the St. Louis Live Steamers in Eureka, Missouri, the St. Louis Zooline Railroad in the world's third best zoo, St. Louis Zoo, even the Six Flags Railroad staff may stop by. ShuttletrainTED will visit with Operation Lifesaver representatives about their current campaign in reducing train accidents and deaths. All that and our weekly roundup reporters will check inwith us. Join us by calling in at: 646-716-7106. The chatroom will be online during the show as well: www.letstalktrains.com/chat  Let's Go Railfanning.
     

  • 02:00

    Respondek Railroad President Terry Respondek Visits With ShuttletrainTED

    in Hobbies

    Terry Respondek describes how he built his Shortline Railroads from one engine. Terry also details why he decided to become a railroad executive. Call in and ask him questions. The call in number is 646-716-7106.

  • 01:27

    "Table Talk" Study Hour - Episode 51

    in Education

    Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the Aug. 25-28, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:



    Schacht the Freemason - more individual responsibility - overcoming crises - French & Italians, Swiss, Swedes and Danes;
    Stalin has remade Russia - British hesitancy to advance - Peace of Westphalia - benefits from Dieppe raid - railroads beat river traffic but Danube will be great traffic artery;
    Resources of Ukraine and Crimea - Spain and Latin bloc - Russian powers of resistance - Charles Martel prevented Germans becoming Muslim - Hungarians and Austrians - Budapest most beautiful city in Europe;
    Air raids and anti-artillary guns - new weapons must be given a fair chance.


    The edition of Hitler's Table Talk being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here

  • 02:01

    Engineer Dockins Visits With APRHF's Let's Talk Trains

    in Hobbies

    The youngest engineer to ever operate an Amtrak train over Donner Pass visits the American Passenger Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains program. Jonathan Dockins and his mom Dee Dee, stop by to talk about their adventure and how it all came to be, They will lead us through the trip of a lifetime. We will also find out what has happened since coming back home to the Jackson, Missouri area. Join us by calling in and asking questions to Engineer Dockins at 646-716-7106. 

  • 02:01

    National Park Service and It's Railroads

    in Hobbies

    Join us for this historic event. ShuttletrainTED has worked with the US National Park Service to bring together five of the National Parks that have railroad as a part of their parks. We will learn about the history of the railroads in the US National Parks, and current offerings at the parks as well as what the future holds for these US National Parks. Join ShuttletrainTED, Live from Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, PA. You can also participate in the chatroom during the show at: www.letstalktrains.com/chat. There be no call in feature during this Special Podcast.

  • 00:56

    Conscious Conversations with Joan and Janet 03112015

    in Self Help

    Today on Conscious Conversations with Joan and Janet we talk about Time and Consciousness.  Clock Time is artificial, the circadian rhythm of our bodies go by the sun and moon and season Clock time wasn’t even aligned amongst cities until the advent of railroads. Daylight savings time artificially changes our schedule. Jet lag comes from from taking our physical bodies faster than they can travel on their own to places around the world.


     


    Consciousness transcends time and space yet manifests through form.  The Internet  connects us to all time zones. Technology replicates Consciousness, why we are so attracted to it, but it’s vibrationally out of sync with our bodies.


     


    How do we hold Consciousness in form, and in technology?


     


    We drop into heart space to learn about our inner sense of time.  We each have a different experience of time and flow.  When we live and work with others, we fall into a different tempo, being in anothers flow. Rather than resisting it all, we can relax into the present moment and experience an infinite amount of time!


     


     

  • 02:00

    Model Train Shows: Are They Good or Bad For The Hobby?

    in Hobbies

    This time on the APRHF's Let's Talk Trains Show we will take a look at Model Train Shows. 


    We will ask you, the listeners, what makes a great train show? What makes a bad one? Does having a swap meet at the show, make the show feet cheap? Why are there not more manufacturers's coming to the shows Should model train shows be produced by for-profit companies instead of the local clubs or historical associations? Should there be more regional cooperation between organizations? Should we just have swap meets and then do a show with just model trains? Should we let attendees operate displays? 


    Call in at 646-716-7106 and give your views.

  • 02:01

    Dale Jenkins: A Well Traveled Railroader

    in Hobbies

    This episode of The APRHF Let's Talk Trains, features railroader Dale Jenkins. Mr. Jenkins stops by fills us in on the various positions he has held with several railroads. He has been called out of retirement to serve the railroads again. Mr. Jenkins has held such titles as leverman, operator, Sunday ticket agent, train order agent, corn field agent, Special Agent, On Board Services Director, General Superintendent. He also has time to co-found the Illinois Traction Society,Volunteer and Board member of the Monticello Railway Museum. He is also the author of the Illinois Terminal Railroad history


    It will be an interesting episode, be sure and join us in the chatroom, on Facebook, or on Twitter. 

  • 01:30

    "Table Talk" Study Hour - Episode 45

    in Education

    Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the July 17-22, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide Henry Picker. Included in this episode:



    Goebbels failed to introduce wired-wireless radio control in Germany before the war to prevent foreign broadcast;
    Roads superior to railroads for unification--Hitler wants to create a network of autobahnen from Berlin to the East Wall;
    Hitler agrees to an interview with a foreign journalist so he can respond to the persistent talk of a Second Front, i.e Allied landing;
    Discussion of "seaman's yarrns" and considering superstitions of the public when making decisions;
    The Channel Islands and how they could be used after the war;
    Hitler criticises lawyers again and makes some very good points;
    Russia's strength and the Stakhanov system--Bormann tells of his tour of Ukraine;
    More on how to treat the local populations in the occupied territories (see Ukraine images here).


    The edition of Hitler's Table Talk being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here

  • 00:12

    2011's affect on Railroads

    in Social Networking

    Come and join the final part of 2011's affect on Railroads Pt.2.

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