Members are encouraged to contact Olev Taremae or an ARHS Board Member to present their programs or contacts of people who can present programs related to Anthracite Railroads, e.g., slides, films, videos, DVD’s, or digital programs, or visits to model railroads, as programs are continually needed.
Some Reading Memories is the title of the Paul Kutta program.
Kenneth Bealer will present a program entitle 52 Years of Railroad Photography from 1966 to the Present. Kenneth was an employee of the Lehigh Valley Railroad and Conrail. His pictures have graced the pages of books about the Lehigh Valley Railroad and other Anthracite Railroads.
Richard Jahn will present a program of slides taken by the late Walter Shopp. Walter was a lifelong enthusiastic rail fan and photographer who travelled widely.
Bill Chaplik will be our presenter. Bill has assembled a program on railroads in the Southeastern United States.
Gary Pancavage will present what is sure to be a fascinating program about Amtrak’s Acela trains. Gary knows his subject as he recently retired from his position in charge of Acela maintenance.
Tom Nemeth returns. His program features beautifully photographed coverage of Anthracite Railroads. This program will feature the Central Railroad of New Jersey.
The late Richard Samsel was a long-time ARHS member. While Richard is no longer be with us, we can remember him by viewing a slide program that he had assembled. Rich Jahn will narrate. As a Christmas bonus, David Fluck of Quakertown will show movie footage that he took of the Quakertown and Eastern Railroad.
Dave Augsburger whose favorite season is winter will be our presenter with a slide show assembled from his vast collection. This time around Dave will be covering the Lehigh Valley Railroad between Allentown and Lehighton. Don those snowshoes and come.
Bob Wilt’s program will cover the joint Lehigh Valley Railroad-Delaware & Hudson Railway segment of the NE84 and NE87 trains that ran between Portland, Maine and Potomac Yard in Alexandria, Virginia.
The ever popular Mike Bednar returns in March. He will draw from his vast treasury of stories and images to entertain and educated us about his railroad experiences. His program is titled Wonderful Winter. It will show scenes along the Lehigh River Valley. Seeing the program will make you wish that winter lasted longer. Maybe not.