Stumpy's Blog

04 Jan 2021

The Token in the Pit, 1929-1954, Pullman Standard Car

Tokens | Stumpy

When I opened the container on this token for the first time in about 40 years, I initially thought it was one of the tokens my Dad left me. Then a couple of months ago I was talking to an old friend from years past & he asked me if I still had the "Old Train Coin" & did I remember the day I found it. Bells started ringing in my head. You see in 1979 I was a busy feller, I was in college at Auburn University Montgomery, while working full time at a Cotton Mill & part time at a Stop & Rob (early southern Mom & Pop country store), all while trying to date a purdy gal. Why is Youth wasted on the Young? Lol!

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