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63395 heads a goods.

63395 heads a goods.

Chances of doing this sort of thing on a major preserved railway these days look remote.
War game days, fine dining and Peppa Pig can certainly bring in more cash, for apparently less trouble.

Back in 2007 the NYMR still entertained photographers with the occasional charter which gave an opportunity to see NELPG’s freight locos on realistic consists. It might not be a train of hoppers on Seaton Bank, but the Q6 looks more at home on this goods train than on the Pullman diner.

63395 exits Newton Dale as the sun goes down on 7th November 2007.

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Laurel Mercantile Co. – Laurel, Mississippi

Laurel Mercantile Co. - Laurel, Mississippi

In 1901, the Laurel Mercantile Co. opened in downtown Laurel and was a bastion of commerce in our city, supplying dry goods and work wares until the 1930s. As industry changed, so did the needs and eventually the doors closed. Many decades have passed and “The City Beautiful” is seeing a revival as a haven for entrepreneurs, artists, and makers. In 2016 a partnership was formed between Erin & Ben Napier, Emily & Josh Nowell, and Mallorie & Jim Rasberry, 3 couples made up of family and long-time best friends. They used their combined expertise in history, design, historic preservation, organizational management, finance and accounting to reopen Laurel’s bygone hometown store. The doors of the new Laurel Mercantile Co. opened on Front Street in December 2016. LMCo. is the only place to find our signature collection including Scotsman Co., the store’s flagship brand of Ben’s handmade reclaimed furniture and gentlemen’s workwear, American-made heirloom wares and durable goods for home and life.

Information above taken from the Laurel Mercantile website:
www.laurelmercantile.com/

Three bracketed photos were taken with a handheld Nikon D7200 and combined with Photomatix Pro to create this HDR image. Additional adjustments were made in Photoshop CS6.

"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." ~Jeremiah 29:11

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Posted by J.L. Ramsaur Photography on 2020-11-16 00:22:29

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