|Gregarious: (grĭ-gâr′ē-əs) adj.
1. Seeking and enjoying the company of others; sociable.
2. Tending to move in or form a group with others of the same kind:
gregarious bird species. railfans.
In association with RAILFAN GUIDES of the U.S.
|A bad day of railfanning is better than a good day of anything else.
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Welcome to ‘The Gregarious Railfan’. If you are a railfan, or like train watching, or just like trains, I hope you will
enjoy the change of style and scope from other railfan pages. When I first created this website, I had hoped to keep
it minimal, but the site has a mind of it’s own and keeps growing. For various reasons, I have chosen not to include
locations in Canada, preferring to concentrate on places and rail related things in the United States. Maybe this will
change at a later date. I continue to add things that are interesting to me and still (mostly) railroad related even if
not actually locations to watch trains. I am always finding more information that I find interesting to add and new
things to share. As time goes by, my goal is not so much personal observation, but linking you to all the information I
can find on the web for your use. My hope is that you enjoy all these things too. If you do find some enjoyment in
any of these things, feel free to email me and let me know. I would love to correspond if you like – that’s why the
site is called ‘The Gregarious Railfan’. see the Contact Page
Website Last Revised 10/9/17
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not want to spend for that service.
Everything happens for a reason, sometimes the
reason is you’re stupid and you make bad decisions.
Fall Leaves <clik to enlarge>