• 00:31

    The trolley ride that did and the train engine that did not segments 3 and 4

    in Current Events

    This is the third and fourth segments that I did Saturday Oct 25 2014 at the Museum 


    My tour Guide was Norman M. Buchanan one of the Docents who led me about and answered all my silly questions. WE prerecorded this show but soon realized that my voice recorder kept getting turned off has I was walking around  so I decided to present the show in segments  and hopefully add some commentary before each segment  and then let the recording speak for itself 


    I must admit Mr. Buchanan is a much better tour guide then I am a note taker and or photographer so if some of my pictures do not fit this segment then it is my fault, but much better pictures are on the museum's website Some of the pictures on this show are mine, the really good ones belong to the Museum


    Once again I apologize for my lack of notes BUT If have left any one out in any way please contact me so I can rectify the problem and add your name in 


    Segment3 cover the train trolley car around the grounds with Mel the conductor giving us the Guided Tour


    And then Segment 4 cover sitting in the cab of Engine 1956 awaiting the run up and down the main line


    Once again I want to say THANK YOU to the Orange Empire Railway Museum for allowing me this chance to podcast, A special out to  Norman M. Buchanan Docent Extraordinaire and to ALL the staff at the Museum THANK YOU 

  • 00:45

    Silver Millennium Radio - Episode 18: So many deaths :(

    in Entertainment

    Tonight, we mourn the loss of Sailor Moon/Usagi Tsukino, Tuxedo Mask/Mamoru Chiba/Prince Endymion & Zekken/Yuuki Konno. Very sad weekend in the anime world. :(


    Non the less, we're going to talking about the latest Sailor Moon Crystal episode, talking about Sword Art Online II for the final time as we're moving on to Kill La Kill after the new year & we're discussing the 2014 Trolley Awards, the unofficial successor to the Ghosties! We have the award show next weekend, hopefully joined by PonyToast and other guests! Last show of the year! If you want to vote, go to this page: http://goo.gl/forms/rxIA5W67SP!


    If you want to call in, please call in at (516) 418-5668, click the Skype button or call our alternative phone line at 218-936-4971 & enter PIN 227528# I promise we'll have the problem with the alternative line fixed tonight!


    Don't forget, everyone is invited to the Internet Graffiti Festivus Special on Tuesday! Details to follow!

  • 02:35

    LIFE JOURNEY

    in Social Networking

    Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, Your Host for Life Journey on Thursday's. Maria Iliou is play special Encored and Music


    Maria Iliou is your Ambassador for Long Island NY 


    Friday December 5, 2014 is open ceremony for Dickens' Festival for PortJefferson Village  Saturday December 6, 2014 Dicken's Festival..Dicken's Character dressed in comstumes from 1800's period, some of Dickens' Characters performes out side on stages in Scrooge Play, Other Plays for PortJefferson Village: also Trolley rides for people learn history and carrage horse ride for people, Santa workshopsm trains, other plays going on, Taking pictures with Dickens' Characters is Enjoyable and Listen to singing, etc. Sunday December 7, 2014 Dickens' Characters, Dickens Characters performing in play outside on different stages.


     

  • 00:21

    Orange Empire Railway Museum

    in History

    The non-profit Orange Empire Railway Museum has been preserving Southern California’s railway history since 1956. Home to over 200 historic railway cars and locomotives from Los Angeles and the West, the museum’s 90-acre site in Perris, California


    On October 25 and 26, ride a trolley to the pumpkin patch where you can pick out and decorate your own pumpkin.


    On a typical weekend (other than during special events), two city streetcars are running on the half-mile dual-gauge Loop Line, and another train is operating on the 1.5 mile standard gauge Mainline. The northern end of the Museum Railway is presently at 7th Street, although during certain special events trains operate all the way to the historic 1892 Perris Depot at 4th Street. Future plans call for regular operations to be extended to 4th Street as the depot area is rebuilt into the new Metrolink station and transit center. 


    I have visited this museum before  and really loved it and was more than happy when I was invited out there out to do a show about the trains , trolleys and the history


    I had the privilege of spending the day with Mr. Norman Buchanan who served as my tour guide has we spent a good couple of hours walking around the museum


    I had to prerecord the show and found the recorder kept turning  off  so I will have to do some editing and repost the original show (or series of shows) so please stay tuned


    But I did want to pass along my thanks to the ALL the Staff, Docents, MR. Ken Schwartz for letting me wander around and especially to Mr. Buchanan for being my tour guide

  • 00:39

    Orange Empire Railroad Museum Segment 1

    in Current Events

    This is the first segment segments that I did Saturday Oct 25 2014 at the Museum 


    My tour Guide was Norman M. Buchanan one of the Docents who led me about and answered all my silly questions. WE prerecorded this show but soon realized that my voice recorder kept getting turned off has I was walking around  so I decided to present the show in segments  and hopefully  add some commentary before each segment  and then let the recording speak for itself 


    I must admit Mr. Buchanan is a much better tour guide then I am a note taker and or photographer so if some of my pictures do not fit this segment then it is my fault, but much better pictures are on the museum's website 


    MY only real regret of the day was not getting a picture of the Judy Garland trolley car from the movie "Meet me in Saint Louis” 


    THANK YOU Mr. Buchanan and the entire staff at the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris CA. 


    The segment ends in Engine UP 942 being up in the cab was the Million dollar View


     

  • 02:00

    Fraser Valley Heritage Railway on Let's Talk Trains

    in Hobbies


    This week's show goes international as Bob and Elizabeth travel to the Surrey, British Columbia suburb of Cloverdale where the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society is headquartered and we are volunteers. The FVHRS owns and operates B.C. Electric Railway interurban car 1225 on a 4.5 mile stretch of former B.C. Electric trackage now operated by the Southern Railway of British Columbia (SRY).


    We will be talking with the board members and some volunteers about the restoration of 1225 and 1304, as well as current and future plans.


    Please join us at 10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern on Saturday, October 11th

  • 00:52

    American Iron Editor and AMA Hall of Famer Buzz Kanter

    in Lifestyle

    Buzz Kanter, Editor-In-Chief and Publisher of American Iron Magazine magazine, talks with Garrison about his involvement in the recent Motorcycle Cannonball event and riding almost 4,000 miles on pre-1937 motorcycles. Buzz was inducted into the American Motorcyclist Association Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Sturgis Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2011.  Check out the American Iron and and Motorcycle Bagger websites and follow Buzz on Twitter and Facebook. 


    Slip into a booth. Get comfy. Turn around and check out the regulars. Guys by the names of ELvis, Jack and Frankie. And, glas like Audrey, Grace and Ella. Yes, it's always the '50s at the Trolley Car Diner in their magical little part of the world. But, you don't have to be an old-timer to enjoy their delicious milkshakes and succulent burgers. Just bring a sense of fun and your friends. They'll do the rest! Check out the Trolley Car Diner website!


    Be sure to check out Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website and follow Garrison on Twitter.


     
     

  • 01:11

    Q&A: Competition, Risking Welfare, Trolley Problem, and More

    in Self Help

    Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the value of competition, risking welfare by having children, the trolley problem, romantic infatuation, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

    Question 1: What is the value of competition? 

    Question 2: Should a person forgo having children to avoid the risk of needing welfare? 

    Question 3: Does the "trolley problem" have any validity or use? 

    Question 4: Is it wrong to indulge romantic infatuation? 

    To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. 

    For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.

  • 01:01

    El Paso Liberty Hour - This Week in Liberty

    in Politics Conservative

    Tune in this week as our fabulous hosts discuss so many things!


    -Does El Paso need a Trolley system?


    -What should be done about the children immigrants being transitionally placed in El Pasoen route to other destinations?


    -The GOP v Grassroots in Mississippi Senate race!


    -Vaping is illegal?

  • 02:01

    Ep. 75 - An Off-Day Roundtable Rant w/ Greg Prince & Jason Fry

    in Sports

    Well, we apparently survived the weekend, but with the way us on Twitter were acting starting Friday, you'd think we'd all be dead from heart attacks by now.


    But alas, the Mets did not put us out of our misery, and they have all but done so to themselves in a lackluster NL East. Standing only 3.5 games behind the 1st place Atlanta Braves after losing 2 of 3 to the 2nd place Nationals, maybe that's what makes it all the more frustrating.


    So, while the Mets take the day off, our fandom never does. Joining Sam Maxwell on the 75th episode tonight at 6pm ET are Site Editor Danny Abriano and Senior Staff Writer Mike Lecolant, the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger. They will also be joined by the Faith and Fear in Flushing duo, Greg Prince and Jason Fry, with Jason making his 1st ever appearance on the Rising Apple Report.


    So, make sure you join us at 6pm ET for the 90-minute-or-so venting session. There needs to be a valve somewhere, right?

  • 01:55

    Ep. 51 - A Brooklyn Ballpark Bike Ride Tour

    in Television

    The Bedford & Sullivan enters its 50's in style with another extended episode! The Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant joins the program once more for an another atmospheric journey through the streets of Brooklyn.


    I will begin with my bike at the Ebbets Field flagpole outside Barclays Center, make my way down to Washington Park in Park Slope, head up to Flatbush and where "There Used to Be a Ballpark in Brooklyn"....and potentially some other historical Brooklyn baseball sites.


    And who knows where else the bike ride will take us? I will have a camera with me this time, documenting through stills and video the audible trek you will go on with us.


    So, tune in at 5pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!

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