The P&E Survived In Poughkeepsie Way After The Railroad

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CNE station sign in Poughkeepsie in 1968. This station sign had survived from the P&E days.

From the collection of Roger Liller

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Thursday’s Doors ~ fire truck

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We live in the City of Delaware

in Delaware County, Ohio.

This visiting fire engine

captured a few sets of

curious eyes by a

shopping plaza.

I ran into the nearby

store and twice walked to

the storefront window, to see

if any visiting fire department

personnel were coming out of the

local barbecue restaurant, where

the firemen could surely ask

for tabasco sauce or hot

red pepper flakes to

add to bbq briscuit

chicken or pork to

create their own

four alarm dinner!

This door post is one

of numerous styles and

periods, hosted by our leader

of Thursday’s Doors, please

head on over to Norm Frampton’s

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

for plenty of door choices today!

I promise, No one will display

a door or house on fire!

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