7 Responses

  1. Bob says:

    Apparently the old Harriman station was also pretty significant as far as train orders being sent by telegraph. http://www.telegraph-history.org/charles-minot/index.html

  2. Adam Moss says:

    Bob, if we went into full detail, we may never finish this post. Charles Minot was a great person. Of course, the naming debate also eats a lot of time.

  3. Adam Moss says:

    Also, Emily, for whatever reason, using the Wikipedia link to my Wikipedia userpage seems to be blocking out from me commenting. Is there a particular reason? I had some posts I wanted to make on Sloatsburg, Tuxedo and now Harriman towards some interesting facts that would take up too much room on these boards, and apparently it wasn’t letting my comments through. I just removed it and now it posts. I don’t get it.

    • Emily says:

      Hmm, that is strange. Must be my spam blocker. Is it giving you a a particular error? What if you try using bit.ly to shorten the links? I don’t really mind if you post long comments on here, though.

      • Adam Moss says:

        It wasn’t posting any error. The post would just disappear. I got kind of worried you didn’t like me adding all this info.

        • Emily says:

          No, definitely not me! I think if you put too many links in a comment it will throw it into the spam comments folder. I don’t normally go through there, because I get hundreds of spam messages per day. If it happens again, let me know and I will make sure the message gets approved! Your messages should automatically show up, so if it doesn’t then there is a problem.

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