locked On Line presentations?


George Eichelberger
 

The SRHA BOD has discussed organizing and scheduling “live” and recorded presentations for some time.

Is there any interest in us doing that? More important, will anyone volunteer to help organize them, possibly including helping to produce or update them?

Ike

PS Not that I should be the “presenter” but over the years, here are some clinics I’ve done at the Cocoa Beach RPM. All should be updated but they are available if anyone wants to put them on line or use them for local groups.

Southern 1st gen diesels (mostly photos, diesel books are in progress)
Auto parts eq & pools
Bananas from the Port of Charleston
Southern Rwy Joint Facilities
Charleston Div MAIN trains
Introduction to the Southern Railway Historical Association Archives
Knoxville Lexington Group presentation
Southern Intermodal
Southern Trackage Rights Presentations (short and long versions)
ACL-Sou Trackage Hardeeville, SC to Jacksonville, FL, Selma to Pinners Point (being updated with new TIES article)
Jacksonville Terminal


 
Ike:  
 
Thanks.
 
I researched the St. Louis Div. when SR's archives were in Kennesaw.  I've also researched at the national archives, and at state and local libraries and archives.  I have Harrison's book, ICC's valuation report and other official records.  I wanted to know if there are other resources or people who are interested in the St. Louis Div.
 
I have a PowerPoint presentation that I've presented several times in IN and KY.
 
The attached map shows SR's main and 4 branch lines in Indiana.
 
Craig Berndt  
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On Friday, September 16, 2022 at 06:06:31 PM EDT, George Eichelberger <geichelberger@...> wrote:
 
 
Craig:

Although it has never been researched in detail, and certainly never published, there is a significant amount of documentation on the St. Louis line in the SRHA archives. The material is not stored on a per-division basis (they changed over the years) so I cannot estimate how much there is but it would certainly be worth someone's time to research and publish the information.
Here's an example....

Ike


O Fenton Wells
 

Ike's presentations are well done and someone should video him giving them so they can be checked out and used by others.
My thoughts
Fenton

On Sat, Sep 17, 2022 at 10:19 AM George Eichelberger <geichelberger@...> wrote:
The SRHA BOD has discussed organizing and scheduling “live” and recorded presentations for some time.

Is there any interest in us doing that? More important, will anyone volunteer to help organize them, possibly including helping to produce or update them?

Ike

PS Not that I should be the “presenter” but over the years, here are some clinics I’ve done at the Cocoa Beach RPM. All should be updated but they are available if anyone wants to put them on line or use them for local groups.

Southern 1st gen diesels (mostly photos, diesel books are in progress)
Auto parts eq & pools
Bananas from the Port of Charleston
Southern Rwy Joint Facilities
Charleston Div MAIN trains
Introduction to the Southern Railway Historical Association Archives
Knoxville Lexington Group presentation
Southern Intermodal
Southern Trackage Rights Presentations (short and long versions)
ACL-Sou Trackage Hardeeville, SC to Jacksonville, FL, Selma to Pinners Point (being updated with new TIES article)
Jacksonville Terminal


 
Ike:  
 
Thanks.
 
I researched the St. Louis Div. when SR's archives were in Kennesaw.  I've also researched at the national archives, and at state and local libraries and archives.  I have Harrison's book, ICC's valuation report and other official records.  I wanted to know if there are other resources or people who are interested in the St. Louis Div.
 
I have a PowerPoint presentation that I've presented several times in IN and KY.
 
The attached map shows SR's main and 4 branch lines in Indiana.
 
Craig Berndt  
____________
 
 
 
On Friday, September 16, 2022 at 06:06:31 PM EDT, George Eichelberger <geichelberger@...> wrote:
 
 
Craig:

Although it has never been researched in detail, and certainly never published, there is a significant amount of documentation on the St. Louis line in the SRHA archives. The material is not stored on a per-division basis (they changed over the years) so I cannot estimate how much there is but it would certainly be worth someone's time to research and publish the information.
Here's an example....

Ike



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