Locales In The Railroad Man, Part 2

Picking up after I was so rudely cut off, the next stop on the tour is the east portal of the tunnel, in Edgewater, NJ:


Much nicer with the cut stone portal.

The last stop on the tour is the Ramapo River bridge in Oakland, the locale of one of the most dramatic scenes in the novel:

Ramapo River Bridge

Very photogenic, isn’t it?

Well, that concludes the tour.  So now you have an idea as to what many of the locales in my novel look like.  As I said, they actually exist, or did at one time.  I recreated the ones that have been lost to the best of my ability.  I believe I’ve done them justice.  There are many, many more locales in the story that I simply don’t have the time or space to show you.  Guess you’ll all have to wait for the movie!  On a parting note, here’s kind of what Emily-D looks like on the wall of The Cottage.  She is a little bit different than this, but you get the idea:


My thanks to those who published the images used in these last 2 blogs on the net.  Until next time!

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    thanks for information!!

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