I was invited to make a guest appearance on a Bermuda Railway Forum at the Bermuda College Lifelong Learning Centre mid February attended by about 60 seniors. The Railway Video was played at the beginning of a storytelling presentation by Ruth Thomas and Friends introduced by Robert Horton, my former boss. I certainly felt I was in esteemed company, with lots of good humour and interesting facts.
It was important to give credit to John Woolridge who created the Railway Video, and to acknowledge the late Neil Burnie’s Harmonica playing with Eddie Wicks on the song track.
This was the first of four presentations covering Walking the Trail, it’s History by Simon Horn and Engineering aspects (the new bridges) by Mike Murphy. Cost is $10 and includes fresh sandwiches and fruit.