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spikemic
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Reading Company Technical & Historical Society
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« on: May 9th, 2005, 8:17pm »
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www.readingrailroad.org  
 
the group does many things but one thing thats become important is getting the equipment restored and running and also work on our future museum site property. We seem to be very shorthanded for these tasks and would love new members to join and help. Specific skilled people always a plus, but theres probably alot of things that anyone can do.  
 
There is usually a work session on the museum site in Hamburg at least once a month and theres usually someone/a group working on equipment most every weekend in Leesport or elsewhere. We are also planning to run some trips this year...  
 
Check out the website, theres info there... or theres a few members on here, like myself that might be able to answer questions.  
 
Help learn and preserve history firsthand, up close and personal.....  


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herbert
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Hello. First time I heard of your organization. I think I have some reading items in my late father's famous Baldwin collection. A brochure about the new (1930) Franklin St. station, flyer about reading electrification and brochure about Reading (grain) elevator building in Phila. Not sure about Reading engine pictures. What kind of library/museum services do you have?

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