5 Responses

  1. Hi Emily!

    Thanks so much for writing about The Last Train!

    It is my first book for children and, like you, my heart is tugged by most things relating to trains.
    Count me among the new visitors to your blog.

    Best regards,

  2. Al Cyone says:

    In the same vein, here’s Utah Phillips’ great song, “Daddy What’s A Train?”:


  3. a fan says:

    You definitely have followers, and some of us are even MNR employees! ;-)

  4. vjp says:

    Hi – I am a frequent reader Emily – but don’t think I have ever left a comment. ‘I ride the Harlem Line’ is great fun to read and the photos are wonderful. Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing the book with us.

  5. James says:

    It’s the morning after the morning you and I met on the train you boarded at Goldens Bridge…how is it possible I have not heard of you ’til now, when I have been Riding The Harlem Line (from Wingdale), daily, since 1993? I could tell you stories. But you seem to know them all already.

    How fortunate I am that Cat Girl chose the aisle seat of my three-seat bench and we became acquainted. It was the cat hat, I think, that caught my eye, so what did I do? Of course I brought out my new sketchbook and began drawing (I have several sketchbooks filled with rider portraits, but no others in cat hats). I’ll finish the drawing today, scan it and send it to you, for your collection.

    Going your way…

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