Minnesota Public Radio News uses a local children’s program, Choo Choo Bob, to explain all the gripes about proposed light rail trains
My dad John P. Keillor (1913-2001) worked that St. Paul-Jamestown run, sorting mail as the train raced north and west, throwing bags of mail out the open door as the train sped through small-town stations as a hook on the side of the car picked up the bag of outgoing mail that the local post office had hung on an arm. The postal clerks were armed with snub-nose revolvers, lest anyone attempt a Great Train Robbery, but my dad never used his: it was only for show.Garrison talks about his love of trains in the latest Post to the Host entry (and acknowledges a small error in his recent National Geographic essay about the Twin Cities)
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"Sean Cole found a great story born out of his natural curiosity. The writing is sharp and hilarious (especially at the end). And he makes the most out of getting kicked out of a store by finding two wonderful characters in a parking lot."
—Alex Cohen, Host, KPCC’s Take Two
[Ed. note: Segment starts at 23:24.]