In ’60s, single-unit outfit made trips to Winnipeg
Neighbors thinks it’s safe to say that a year from now, in 2012, many stories about the Titanic, which sank in 1912, will appear; many symphony orchestras will play the 1812 Overture, which Tchaikovsky wrote to commemorate Russia’s defense of Moscow from Napoleon’s army in, of course, 1812; and locally, many people will still be recalling the Galloping Goose branch line trains, regardless of the years they ran.
Comstock’s ‘all-you-can-eat’ deal was popular choice in Fargo-Moorhead
Asking if people like to eat out during the holidays or any other time is like asking if the sun comes up in the east.
Happily, Fargo-Moorhead and the entire F-M region has many good restaurants today, and it had them in the past, too.
One of them was the Comstock Hotel in Moorhead.
Gaffaney’s journal tells of dangerous World War II missions
Pearl Harbor got the United States into World War II in 1941. Three years later, people like Richard “Dick” Gaffaney were fighting to end it.
As I was growing up on the farm, it was quite a thrill to see the (Galloping Goose) train and watch the cream (from her parents’ farm) start its trip to Minnesota (to a creamery there),” writes Marian (Iverson) Johnson, Brampton, N.D.
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