Train Seats Jigsaw Puzzle

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jas6415
Jun 3, 2017
This one kept me guessing until the end...Enjioyed it
elijah13
Jan 16, 2017
Last train ride was in Peru, going up to see Machu Picchu! However, our seats were not like these!
fiestyolelady
Nov 10, 2015
Sure don't look like the seats trains had back in the 1940's. The backs bench seats reversed so one could ride two ways.
pixipixil
Nov 10, 2015
Are you a NYer? That sounds like the old cane seats on the Brooklyn subway.
marine5153
Nov 10, 2015
When I left Boston for the USMC, I had a very long train ride to S.C. It was long enough to give me time to think and wonder if I was doing the right thing. But, in hindsight, it sure WAS. I've had a wonderful life with 50 yrs and 1 day with the love of my life.
retirenow14
Nov 12, 2015
My husband and I had a few rides on steam trains out of Steamtown in Pennsylvania. It was neat experiencing using the transportation that my older relatives and ancestors relied upon. The trains that operated after them did have seats that could be adjusted to face either way. I believe that this was to accommodate families who used to want to spend time together.
pixipixil
Nov 12, 2015
If you notice, the seats at the right edge of the photo are facing the other way, so maybe these can be flipped also.
fiestyolelady
Dec 1, 2015
No, pixi I am Missouri born & bred. I love Missouri
pixipixil
Dec 3, 2015
We looked into possibly moving to Springfield but we are still in the same house we've had for 25 years in upstate NY. My sister-in-law lived in St. Louis for a few years but she left to live near her sister in FL. WE just got back fron visiting with them --my first itme to FL. Didn't like it there at all.
jud13
Nov 11, 2015
This isn't anything to do with trains, but just wanted to tell everyone I am now a published author. got my books today so now I have to start selling. It is a children's book about a preteen falling into a magic mirror and all the excitement she find there. Story's I told my granddaughter until she was to old then decided other children might like them also. wish me luck everyone
beanaof8
Nov 12, 2015
Congratulations.How wonderful to be a published author, best luck to you.
justine72
Nov 12, 2015
Hi jud13 Congratulations! I hope you sell lots of books.Children who read seem to do better in school. Our little library seems to be filled with preteens sitting around reading so hope that is the same where you are.
jud13
Nov 12, 2015
Thanks for the well wishes
dbnc2
Nov 12, 2015
Best of luck I am proud of you
sure would like to read your book
my niece made little bears about 4 or 5 inches tall
she made little stories about them each one was different
we all tried to get her to write them down and make a book
but she wouldn't do it
jud13
Nov 14, 2015
Wish you could read it also. its abt a preteen girl who falls into a mirror and has some exciting and sometimes scary times and sees lots of weird thing, but they all can talk to her or send her brain waves.
sharondarlene
Nov 14, 2015
I want to take a train ride o New England.....would love to see the foliage there in the Autumn!!
orinoco
Nov 10, 2015
Used this to refresh my memory, using the map cut. Not as easy as I thought! But elementary school was a loooong time ago. Don't ask me about the capitals, now!
pixipixil
Nov 10, 2015
I used to have all the states and their capitals memorized. Think I'll see how many I can remember now. I have memorized all the countries in Africa and Europe in the last 2 years but not any capitals. Just remembering the countries is hard enough!
rahrah1820
Nov 10, 2015
Hi pixipixil. This is my first time posting, but I've been reading the messages for awhile. When I was younger, I had a board game that had the USA map on it, with little whole where the State and capitals were listed. There was an electric plug in that you put in one of them, then where you thought they belonged, then it would light up when you got it right. I was fascinated, so learned quickly. I never could remember the New England States tho! lol I now have 2 granddaughters in middle school and high school, I think I'll list the States and Capitals and quiz them, it will help me remember too.
dbnc2
Nov 10, 2015
In school it was hard for me
my sister in law died at age 90this summer would say the state's and capitals' every once in a while just to see if she could remember
them but not me
when I was done with school I was with it
darambo
Nov 10, 2015
Rahrah1820 welcome to the group, if you have been reading the posts you know what a wonderful group we have here. Very caring people.Hope you keep writing. I'm in central Oregon. Where are you at? USA? Hope to hear from you again. Have a wonderful day and be safe
rahrah1820
Nov 10, 2015
Thank you for the welcome, darambo. I'm in Tucson, AZ, where the weather is gorgeous this time of year. That's what gets us through those dreadful summers, just knowing the coolness is on the way. Yes, I've been finding out that this is a group of people that I'd be proud to be associated with.
pixipixil
Nov 10, 2015
Hi rahrah. Welcome to the site. My parents lived in Sierra Vista for 29 years until they died. They are buried in Phoenix in the Veteran's cemetery. My brother lives near Phoenix so I have been to AZ often but usually in the summer. The one time we went there at Christmas it snowed.
I remember having a game like that but I don't think it was for the US map. It had 2 terminals you had to place in boxes with answers to questions and the light above the board would light when you got it. There were several pages of questions.
Keep posting. it's great having you join us.
beanaof8
Nov 12, 2015
Welcome to the site Rahrah1820, it is full of wonderful and caring puzzlers.
rahrah1820
Nov 12, 2015
Thanks for the warm welcome everyone! pixi, I have lived in Phoenix before, and it's a little hotter than Tucson, where we get a bit more rain. Beana, I can tell you all are a nice bunch of sharp brains! lol Your hearts are pretty terrific, too
pixipixil
Nov 12, 2015
Thanks, rahrah. I can see you will fit right in.
nlbuchanan
Nov 10, 2015
That was much easier than I thought it would be. Do these seats go in the red train we did yesterday?

God bless you all and may your travel through life be bright and comfortable as these seats.
nlbuchanan
Nov 10, 2015
Must request prayer for my family and "step-family". Death is crouching at our door - again. Yesterday they said my step-father would probably not last another week. Also, my youngest sister, who has had major health issues for many years, is very ill and is tired of fighting. She's ready to give up and go home to the Lord. That could happen at any time. Thank you in advance for your prayers and the comfort you all bring to me.
dbnc2
Nov 10, 2015
Love and prayers
it's so hard yo give them up even when they are going to a better place and will be out of their suffering
mamag15
Nov 10, 2015
I am so sorry to hear this my Dear. I know how you must be feeling. I will keep you in my prayers. Today is my youngest son's birthday and he was 21 when he passed away 6 years ago. You have my prayers, hugs, and a shoulder to cry on if you need it. Love from Moneta, VA.
beanaof8
Nov 12, 2015
Sorry to hear about your family sending prayers
jas6415
Nov 10, 2015
Odd puzzle first one like it I have ever seen enjoyed doing it
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