Its about a quarter after five on a spring-time Friday afternoon at Edgewater in 1955.
Traffic is busy on Shore Road.
A Route 105 bus pulls over to pick up the B&NY Master Mechanic's secretary. Shes on her way home from
work at the Car Shop office.
Overhead on the viaduct, the last two Pullmans of the B&Os Train 523-17, the combined Marylander/Cleveland Night Express roll by on their way west.
The bus is a modified NYCTA Corgi with a corrected paint job, a driver at the wheel and Staten Island bus route destination sign.
The yellow and silver "Long, Long Trailer" was scratch-built in styrene with a die-cast '54 Mercury Sun Valley up front.
The B&O Pullman is a Golden Gate 12-1 car, St. Angele. The dark green pool-srevice Pullman is Amsterdam, another 12-1 built from an Amnerican Standard kit.
Both Pullmans worked B&O's secondary main line trains during the 1950s.