New booklet ‘Tales Along the Tracks’ published

Folks who have ridden the Steam into History excursion train between New Freedom and Glen Rock or Hanover Junction, Pa., may be familiar with Brenda Yarrison.

Yarrison often rides the train as a volunteer hostess, telling stories to the patrons throughout the ride through the York County countryside. Dressed elegantly in replica period attire, she entertains the guests in a warm, friendly fashion that has drawn compliments. She has collected several of these stories into a short booklet which is now available to the public.

Read the full story on Cannonball.

About Stacia M. Fleegal

York Daily Record multiplatform journalist. Degrees in creative writing from Lycoming College and Spalding University, and a coupla books with my name on them. Central PA native who came home after floating around for a while, but always grounded by words and the places and people I remember.
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One Response to New booklet ‘Tales Along the Tracks’ published

  1. Brenda Yarrison says:

    Thank you for sharing this information about my new book! I am very proud of the way that it turned out :) This is a soft cover booklet, with 22 pages of stories and historical photographs related to the small towns and Civil War history along the Northern Central Railway line between New Freedom and Hanover Junction, Pennsylvania. It also has specific information about York County’s new steam locomotive, the York #17.
    I have them for sale at the Steam into History Gift shop at 2 West Main Street in New Freedom, and I also have placed them on ebay. If anyone is interested in purchasing a copy online, please use the link below.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tales-Along-the-Tracks-Northern-Central-Railway-Civil-War-history-booklet-/141303608116?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20e659f334

    Thank you again for sharing this!
    Brenda

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