Did I get your attention? Good! Most on TB know I was born and raised in the Granite State although Illinois has become an adopted home. Still NH has been and always will be "home". When I was three years old, my dad loaded up the Mercury Capri (How many remember those?) and took my mom and I up the road for a surprise. We lived (and still do) not too far from the Boston & Maine Northern Line and any time we went north on 3A I would strain to look out the window for the big blue trains. Yes, I remember this stuff at this age. I have a vivid memory of seeing a SW with a few PS1 boxcars painted for B&M and a buggy run on this line. My dad pulled up to a station not far from the house. A small town named Potter Place. At the station was a beautiful steam engine and a series of streamlined cars with big windows and things inside the windows. Unfortunately I don't remember too much of the cars or steam locomotive, I was too excited to see the B&M engine in red, white and blue. Yes, it was the American Freedom Train we saw that day and this is the station it was stopped at. Potter Place was a town at one time, now it is just a part of Andover NH. This station has become the topic of modeling on my own N scale railroad that has been a stop and go process for the past 10 years or more. I'll be sharing with you how I will model Potter Place in N scale in approximately 6 feet. It will be as it was from the time frame of 1976 to 1983, pre Guilford. I may even back up that date sometimes to early 1960's so I can run passenger operations and flashy maroon F Units. I'll be up there this Friday and Saturday doing more research, so if you see a Green Jeep with Illinois plates, stop by and say hi.