Railroad Semantics #6

Railroad Semantics #6

by Aaron Dactyl

Man, could Railroad Semantics get any better? Each issue Aaron Dactyl takes his zine up a notch. This issue of Aaron's train-bound adventure zine is chock full of history, maps, beautiful photos, and articles from various newspapers and magazines, and comes complete with an encyclopedic eye for detail and minutia. Weighing in at a whopping 104 pages, issue 6 finds us traversing the Pacific NW and west coast, hitting such railroad stops as Arcata, Coos Bay, Klamath Falls, Redding, Eugene, Bend, Shasta Lake, Oregon Trunk Junction, Dunsmuir, Sacramento, McCloud, and more. As always Aaron's first-hand accounts of riding the rails are super well-written and will transport you right there, the wind in your hair, the train rattling below you.

better? Each issue Aaron Dactyl takes his zine up a notch. This issue of Aaron's train-bound adventure zine is chock full of history, maps, beautiful photos, and articles from various newspapers and magazines, and comes complete with an encyclopedic eye for detail and minutia. Weighing in at a whopping 104 pages, issue 6 finds us traversing the Pacific NW and west coast, hitting such railroad stops as Arcata, Coos Bay, Klamath Falls, Redding, Eugene, Bend, Shasta Lake, Oregon Trunk Junction, Dunsmuir, Sacramento, McCloud, and more. As always Aaron's first-hand accounts of riding the rails are super well-written and will transport you right there, the wind in your hair, the train rattling below you.