Ran around this morning for a bit. Picked up the New York Central Pacemaker Set, plus Station Sounds Diner and the add on cars. My friend and co-worker Bob continues to amaze me. He ordered the C&O O-Gauge set in the new catalog as well as some American Flyer stuff. While we were at the train store, there was a long train waiting for the go ahead on the train bridge the goes over the road on the other side of the store and the airport down there. Graffiti on the one car caught my eye as it says, "Tony Da Tuna". I used to joke with my buddy Jimmy about the Sopranos and how they should have a character named Sal the Fish as in sleep with the fishes. When I came back up north, I grabbed a picture of the old Flemington train station. Old train stations always get repurposed, this go around it is a bank. The time before(in the 90's) it was a restaurant. I can't for the life of me remember what they had as a name for it, but the food was pretty good the times I ate there with my co-workers on our lunch break. There is an old station up in Whitehouse that was turned into a library. Never can tell can you.