POST CARDS


| March/April 1980

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    Photo courtesy of David J. Gray, 119 Turtle Cove Lane, Huntington, Long Island, New York 11743.
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    Florida Division of Tourism

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A British traction engine, No. 14910 built by Fowler in 1917, now owned by David J. Gray, a British engineer who works in the United States. He and his son, Stuart, did the restoration. See article in this issue.

The clock is turned back to 1912 one day a year in Fort Lauderdale in honor of Henry Morrison Flaglcr, railroad magnate who helped promote the state's economic growth. Flagler Day is held each January at the Gold Coast Railroad Locomotive Museum. Members of the historical society who operate the museum dress up in plumed hats, long dresses and other attire of the era. Photo courtesy of Florida Division of Tourism.