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Steve Dunham’s Editing Humor, by Laura Moyer, reproduced from the Fredericksburg, Virginia, Free Lance–Star (added June 30, 2014).

Pictures of the Washington & Old Dominion in Train Simulator (added June 22, 2014)

Photos of Willimantic, Connecticut (added June 8, 2014)

Adult Bullies Are Everywhere—everywhere they’re permitted to be, as Cap’n Transit said. These adult bullies are narcissists, wrote Joseph Burgonov in the Atlantic Monthly. And they’re in the ranks of the military, wrote Senior Chief Jim Murphy and Jayne P. Cecil in the Naval Institute Proceedings. Adult bullies are a scourge; and what would Pope Francis do about them? (added April 28, 2014.)

Accomplice to Terror My new screenplay, ready for an agent and a producer. FBI agent Harry Hunter is under pressure to catch some bigger fish than the wannabe terrorists he’s been rounding up—people who couldn’t rob a piggy bank without help from the FBI, as his boss puts it. So when an undercover agent finds another group of terrorists, the Bureau decides to put them on a long leash, hoping to round up a bigger prize. But when you put criminals on a long leash, you could get bitten, and you yourself might become an accomplice to terror.

Rappahannock River, Virginia, Jan. 2009

No Help From the Spotsylvania Sheriff A neighborhood bully can go on making false police reports as long as she wants, say the deputies (added March 8, 2014).

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More photos (updated Feb. 1, 2014)

B&M wreck in Mass.
Off the Deep End” (humor)
VRE gallery cars in Washington
Commuter Crossroads

Coast Cities Ry. historical pictures
More stuff

Articles and book reviews


Transportation Security Topics

Precision for Writers and Editors

Train Simulator route pictures


Shore Shot Images—incredible photos by my sister, Mary

Homegrown String Band—wonderful music
Steve’s July 17, 2008, article about the band in the Fredericksburg, Virginia, Free Lance–Star

Ferd Piccuirro—more wonderful music

“His Greatest Seal”—inspirational poems by Francis Quintin-Arthur

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