Some of you may remember that I previously posted a few of my Daddy’s tales from his 30-something year railroad career which spanned from the late 1960’s to the late 1990’s.
Naturally, he has a lot of amazing true stories to tell 🙂
Just in case you’ve missed earlier posts, you can click on the links that I have included below. Trust me you will NOT be disappointed.
Today’s story is very inspiring and I am sure you’ll enjoy it!
Take it away Daddy!
Early on in my Railroad career, I worked as a flagman for a major railroad in the South. At that time, I was assigned to a local freight train that operated daily between a large city and a smaller town in Georgia.
As the only black crew member in the late 1960’s, I was often exposed to racism–Many times to the point of depression.
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