I worked second trick G tower from '60 to '64 and again in '72 just before G closed. I worked with L&H dispatchers Clyde LaRue until he died, and then Tom Carr. The L&H guys were friendly. "Famous" Moe Dunn, who came to the L&H from another short line, was a fast engineer. Jack Chamberlain was another nice engineer, as was Tom McGovern whom I talked to on the phone a few years ago. Kenny Spranger, whom I also talked to some years ago, and Joe Spranger, Jr., conductors were god guys. One day I let the LV drill back up over the bridge into Hudson Yard on top of them while thy were making up a train. The drill shoved them onto the main. Later when they went by, Joe Spranger, Jr. on the caboose gave me a look that could kill. All they did was tell me that I wasn't supposed to let the drill in when they were in the yard; not to do that again. They didn't turn me in.