R36 Combine Coach wrote: ↑Mon Jul 08, 2019 1:49 am LIRR's mascot was once Metro Man, a name later "adopted" by Metro-North's mascot, a talking cyborg/robot that appears at events and schools to promote rail education and safety. (The first Metro Man was a M-1A, with the second a M-7A).Thank you, KW. Can you date it?
Kelly&Kelly wrote: ↑Wed Jul 10, 2019 8:22 am The top and bottom ones were illustrated by LIRR Public Affairs Rep. Don Malone. Don was a prolific artist and produced most of the Railroad's artwork throughout the mid 60's, 70's and early '80's.You are referring to the two color items I posted?
Kelly&Kelly wrote: ↑Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:05 pm"Safe is Smart" and "Long Island Rail Road Coloring Book" were Don Malone creations. The Worlds Fair book was drawn by Ronald Wing, licensed by the Worlds Fair. Don Malone's son became a block operator.Thank you. I when add the information.