Gold Rush Gulch, Mar. 13.---
The Gold Rush Railroad welcomed a new Conductor this week, Kasey O’Kelly. Kasey comes to the GRRR from back East where he worked alongside his cousin Keystone Kelly at the Southwicks Department Store Company. Keystone as you recall gained national notoriety for his daring and sometimes comical kapers involving the capture of the notorious burglar, Harry.
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Gold Rush Gulch, Jul. 4. --- The circus is coming to Gold Rush Gulch this autumn, courtesy of the Gold Rush Railroad. The GRRR's Conductor confirmed to this publication that come this Fall, Circus Railroad Cars from Dr. Zodiac's Traveling Circus will be making their way across the sun-baked desert on their slow journey toward the East.
"Yes Siree Bob" O'Kelly exclaimed when asked about the rumors of giraffes and elephants being seen around the railroad yard. "I betcha folks will be coming from miles around to catch a glimpse of them wild animals!"
When asked about taking care of the animals on the long trip through the desert, O'Kelly said, "Well, I'll tell you, I'm sure hopin' I don't have to feed 'em or clean 'em. Now don't get me wrong, I love all sorts of animals, but I ain't planin' to be sharing a boxcar with them critters."
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Gold Rush Gulch, California, Thursday Morning Edition, July 4, 1902
Gold Rush Gulch, Jul. 4. --- This reporter filed a story back on March 20 about mysterious happenings at the GRRR railroad yard, and according to Conductor Kasey O'Kelly, things seem to be getting stranger by the day.
When asked about the rumors of more and more strange things going on at the yard, O'Kelly quickly confirmed what everyone around Gold Rush Gulch has been talking about. "I'll tell ya something" O'Kelly said with a twinkle in his eye, "responded, "Well I'll tell you. I'm not so fond of having so much luggage and things above me head all the time." He continued, "I'll probably have to jump over fallen suitcases and the like, making sure that I'm not hit in me head by carpetbags and hatboxes!" With that O'Kelly winked and added, "Who Knows, it might be a lot of fun!"
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strange thumping sounds coming from inside 'em almost every night." O'Kelly added, "I've even seen Rhadini himself go into one of those boxcars and I swear, I seen him jump out of another one clear across the yard! Glory be I must be seeing things."
Gold Rush Gulch, Mar. 20.---
The Gold Rush Railroad has expanded their service to include an array of new modern amenities. Starting this summer all passenger coaches will be outfitted with overhead storage shelves allowing for many more packages and luggage on those long trips abroad.
We asked GRRR's new
Gold Rush Gulch, Mar. 20.--
According to Conductor Kasey O'Kelly, there's been a series of strange events in the middle of the night at the GRRR rail yard.
"It all started when The Great Rhadini's boxcars rolled into the yard.", O'Kelly said. "Ever since then, I started hearing
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Gold Rush Gulch, Mar. 20. --- It's been confirmed today that the Gold Rush Railroad will live up to its name come this summer when a contract with Gold Rush Gulch's First National Bank is signed. Bank President and GRRR Chairman S.W.Indler was quoted saying, "I have full confidence in the railroad's ability to carry out this monumental task of transporting our gold reserves safely across the desert.
The GRRR would like to thank Southwicks Department Store for it's generous donation of bouncing balls and flying airplanes.