Rails to Light by Donald J. Richardson

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Rails to Light came about as a result of my reading the book Riding the Rails. I was appalled by the teenagers’ experiences, and I wondered what such experiences would do to an individual. Reading about the teenagers’ experiences was interesting, and writing about them was exciting and invigorating. I came to know just how dangerous such a way of life was and, even though I saw the romance and the attraction, it was a time in teenagers’ lives which was subtracted from their childhoods. After they rode the rails, they could never return.
 

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Rails to Light came about as a result of my reading the book Riding the Rails. I was appalled by the teenagers? experiences, and I wondered what such experiences would do to an individual. Reading about the teenagers? experiences was interesting, and writing about them was exciting and invigorating. I came to know just how dangerous such a way of life was and, even though I saw the romance and the attraction, it was a time in teenagers? lives which was subtracted from their childhoods. After they rode the rails, they could never return.
 
Published March 14, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 113 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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