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Saber Mom

Posted Today, 10:42 PM

Mine is kind of lame, but I couldn't think of anything else.  My kids' school's mascot is a Saber, so I'm a Saber Mom.  Totally not original, but it works.


Mystic River Dragon

Posted 06 January 2015 - 02:44 PM

Mine is more basic than it sounds. Mystic, CT (with its peaceful river) is one of my favorite getaway places (I go in the off-season, and by train, of course). And, according to the Chinese horoscope, I was born under the sign of the Dragon (the Chinese Dragon is a good, kind creature--not frightening like its counterpart in western mythology). When I was trying out words and phrases to come up with a name, Mystic River Dragon just sounded right.


mightyjoe1201

Posted 07 December 2014 - 12:07 AM

I'm kinda new here. Been a member for several months but have been in the non rail forums. I figured I'd check out some of the forums to do with passenger rail. I will b honest, I'm not much of a rail fan. At least not freight. I was a truck driver for many years, now I'm a bus driver. My handle is actually my c.b. handle combined with the bus number of the bus I drive most days.
I got my handle from one if my trainers when I first started driving truck. He said I looked like mighty Joe from the movie with the beard I had at the time. It also helped that my name is Joe also.

Trollopian

Posted 30 September 2014 - 01:46 PM

Mine harkens to my favorite author, prolific Victorian novelist Anthony Trollope.  Trains feature in several of his books.  ****SPOILER ALERT**** In "Barchester Towers," Mrs. Proudie and oleaginous preacher Mr. Slope attempt to stop train service on the Sabbath.  (I'm glad to report that they fail.)  In "Small House at Allington," good guy Johnny Eames punches out the caddish Adolphus Crosbie on the platform at a London station, probably Paddington.  In "The Prime Minister," speculator Ferdinand Lopez commits suicide by throwing himself in front of a train.

 

If you like Dickens or Jane Austen, I can practically guarantee you'll enjoy Trollope.


fair28

Posted 24 September 2014 - 12:54 PM

Ok, I'll bite.... My 'screen' name is one that I use on most forums and email services, I live in the town of FAIRport (in upstate NY) (FYI, there's a CSX main line going right through the center of my town and has LOTS of train traffic including AMTRAK) and the digits 28 are both the DAY of my birthday AND my house number.  Something I started using some years ago on forums and email services and it's stuck.  FYI, my avatar (the blue service star) is for my son who is in the USAF and currently deployed 'overseas'.  For his safety I'm not going to say where or for how long.


Acela944

Posted 09 September 2014 - 02:45 PM

Acela - Obviously the Acela Express.

"944" - The first EMD AEM-7 Locomotive number I've taken a picture of in my life.


the_traveler

Posted 08 September 2014 - 01:22 PM

Maybe it's an alias, and your name is really George J or George M! :ph34r:


George K

Posted 07 September 2014 - 09:59 PM

Um....it's my name.


GG-1

Posted 05 September 2014 - 08:48 PM

ALOHA


NYP2NFL01

Posted 05 September 2014 - 08:46 PM

Hello. My forum name NYP2NFL01 represents the first time I traveled from New York Penn Station to Niagara Falls, NY in 2001. I really love this forum. I didn't know it existed until just a month ago.

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