by Port Jervis
What a loss. One of the best railroad sites on the net. I think the webmaster died. The domain name is now up for grabs. I doubt anyone has backed up all his content.
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Port Jervis wrote:What a loss. One of the best railroad sites on the net. I think the webmaster died. The domain name is now up for grabs. I doubt anyone has backed up all his content.The last I had heard, the site owner was fortunately alive and well but the web hosting service on which it existed is actually what died, unfortunately taking much of the information and photographs with it. There was a thread regarding this on the NJRailfan forum a while back but I could not locate it. I agree that this was one of the best sources on the net for historical photos of northeast railroading and its' loss is truly unfortunate.
rdg5308 wrote:You can still get to a fair amount of the old website through the wayback machine @ archive.org. It's hit or miss on some pages. In some cases only thumbnails, but on others full images. It's not perfect, but in light of the original website being gone, you take what you can get and at least it preserved a lot of the content.That's awesome, never knew it existed. Thanks 5308! (my FAVORITE Alco BTW as well)