Caption: Tramway in Samsun, Turkey, Credit: Jack May
Image by: Jack May 
Tramway in Samsun, Turkey 

Railfans

From: Eric Winick
Length: 16:22

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Since October 1962, a handful of dedicated rail enthusiasts have been sending each other letters, photos, and reports about their common passion. Over time, what began as a means of sharing information has become the lifeline for a lifetime friendship. And it shows no sign of slowing down. Read the full description.
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004_4a_small Featuring: Al Holtz, Jack May, and Walter E. Zullig, Jr,
Recorded:  May-September 2011, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Ossining, NY
Original Music:  Jay Kustka

From the files of Yarn AudioWorks.

PHOTO GALLERY:  View photos of Walter, Al, and Jack in action, train photos by Jack, a copy of the very first Circuit letter, and more, by clicking HERE.

Jay Kustka is a Boston guitarist and singer/songwriter with 30+ years experience. A recent semi-finalist of Lee Ritenour’s Six-String Theory contest, his playing styles range from roots rock/blues to funk, reggae and beyond.  Check out his music at the links below:

http://www.jaykustka.com
http://www.youtube.com/user/TheDayRiffer
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jaykustka/with-a-little-help-my-first-album

Special thanks to Adam Greenfield and Lisa Zullig.

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Piece Description

Featuring: Al Holtz, Jack May, and Walter E. Zullig, Jr,
Recorded:  May-September 2011, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Ossining, NY
Original Music:  Jay Kustka

From the files of Yarn AudioWorks.

PHOTO GALLERY:  View photos of Walter, Al, and Jack in action, train photos by Jack, a copy of the very first Circuit letter, and more, by clicking HERE.

Jay Kustka is a Boston guitarist and singer/songwriter with 30+ years experience. A recent semi-finalist of Lee Ritenour’s Six-String Theory contest, his playing styles range from roots rock/blues to funk, reggae and beyond.  Check out his music at the links below:

http://www.jaykustka.com
http://www.youtube.com/user/TheDayRiffer
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jaykustka/with-a-little-help-my-first-album

Special thanks to Adam Greenfield and Lisa Zullig.

Transcript

Eric Winick (EW): How many of us still love the thing that inspired us as teens? People change over time. They let go of things. Passion fades. Beset by changes in location, temperament, or circumstances, we move on.

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Walter Zullig: We’re in Ossining, NY, at the Ossining station of the Metro-North Railroad, along the Hudson River about 32 miles north of GCT. On the right side is the Hudson River and looking up the hill you see the village and looking straight ahead down the tracks you see Sing Sing Prison.

EW: I’m standing beside my father-in-law, Walter Zullig – and no, we’re not waiting to board the next Metro-North train to Grand Central. We’re here to watch trains and take pictures of them. It’s not something I generally enjoy. But for Walter, these are more than just trains. They’re stories on steel wheels.

[Poughkeepsie train sounds]

EW: Walter isn’t alone...
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Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Swampy Blues Jay Kustka N/A. N/A 2012 01:40
A7 Train Pick Jay Kustka N/A. N/A 2012 01:15
Quiet One-Bosse Rough Pre-vox Mix Jay Kustka N/A. N/A 2012 02:05
Moving In Jay Kustka N/A. N/A 2012 :53
Triple D Jay Kustka N/A. N/A 2012 02:15

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http://www.yarnaudioworks.com