Browse Items (2 total) Tags: John Day Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Sort by: Title Creator Date Added John Day's Oral History This is the oral history of John Day. He was interviewed by Betty Turnell on November 29, 1977. The interview includes his time in an English orphanage, growing up in Canada, and his work with the Wabash Railroad. Tags: "The Cannon Ball", 1977, automobile factory, bass drum, Betty Turnell, Bluebird, Canada, Canadian National Railroad, Cannon Ball, cement company, Charlie Cunningham, Decatur IL, Douglas Air Craft, Dr. Barnardo's Homes, farm work, farming, Feltwell England, Foreman, freemason, Grand Truck Railroad, Holmes Foundry, homestead farm, Imperial Oil Refinery, Infants' School, Inglewood Ontario, interview, John Day, London England, Marysville MI, Mason, Montreal Quebec, Music, National Guard, Norfolk County, November 1977, oral history, orphanage, paint shop, painter, painting, passenger trains, personnel, physical abuse, pigiron, Poetry, Port Huron MI, recording, retirement, round house, Sarnia Ontario, Steam Engines, tannery, The Great Lakes Navigation, Toronto Ontario, travelling, Tunbridge Wells England, visit to England, Wabash Railroad, Wills-St. Clair car, World War II Photograph of the Wabash R.R. Locomotive #1009 Photograph of the Wabash R.R. EMD Model E-8A diesel locomotive #1009 in a blue paint scheme. The man in the photograph is John Day and this picture was taken in 1956 in Decatur IL. Tags: 1009, 1956, Day, Decatur IL, Diesel, EMD, Herald and Review, John Day, Locomotive, Locomotives, Model E-8A, Photo File: Railroads, railroad, Railroads, train, Trains, Wabash, Wabash R.R. Featured Item Photograph of Virginia Slaton and Norman Kennedy Photograph of Virginia Slaton and Norman Kennedy taken in 1947.