You are correct, I forgot about that. But it's still a 4 hour drive away.
Did go there to ride them several years ago. They have built an additional
section since then.
On Fri, Feb 19, 2021, 5:20 PM Peter Ehrlich milantram1859@...> wrote:
> Hey, you have Tampa with its Gomaco replica double-truce Birneys, which
> sound like Milan Peter Witts, because they were built using motors and
> truck from scrapped Witts. Haven’t been there since 2003. I had intended
> to go last year, but then the pandemic hit.
> > On Feb 19, 2021, at 4:43 PM, Ronald Stux randestux@...> wrote:
> > Brewster? I used to drive through there all the time when I lived in MA.
> We have a son in the DC area, and I always went down 84, 684 Saw Mill
> Parkway - beautiful drive, but getting more and more crowded as time went
> by - and over the Tappan Zee Bridge which has also been rebuilt I believe.
> Been a long time now as we moved to South Florida in 2005. Nothing remotely
> resembling a tram down here, although there was a pipe dream about one in
> Fort Lauderdale a while back which has come to nothing.
> > Cheers,
> > Ron Stux - got second shot today and cautiously making plans to visit in
> 2022 (Melbourne that is, not Brewster)
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