Kate Upton And The Kansas City Overnight
There's a lot of things to think over during these early morning hours.
Mostly, I'll be wondering about Kate Upton's curvy modeling career.
However, I think we all know there's A LOT going on right here in Kansas City that impacts us all. We've got a bunch of stuff on deck for the morning update regarding more urgent local issues.
However . . .
Just for a brief moment of respite, let's consider Kansas City's transit history.
Take a look:
Kansas City Trolleys of the 1940's and 50's
Now, we've already reported that OUR CURRENT KC STRIP TROLLEY IS DOWN TO A ONE NIGHT WINTER SCHEDULE . . .
But this clip offers a pleasant view of a much more connected time for cowtown transit.
For both better and worse, a great deal has changed since this era in Kansas City. I wouldn't exactly call it the "good old days" considering the advances in video gaming technology and other achievements. Still, this old school clip is certainly worth consideration.
"These are home movies taken by Robert C. Moseley, Kansas City Trolley Driver and model train enthusiast. All of this footage was taken in the 1940's and 1950's with a 8mm home movie camera. This is only a sample of the hours of footage he took. Between 1960 and 1990 he built an expansive model train layout in his basement featuring 172 feet of trolley track which operates off an actual trolley wire, as well as 270 feet of two rail "O" scale main line track. He sold the layout in 1990 and today it resides at the Irene B. French Community Center in Merriam Kansas. Mr. Moseley passed away in 1997."
Hopefully, we'll have more BREAKING/EXCLUSIVE NEWS, local content, debate, discourse, probably some hateration and lots of good stuff coming up in just a few . . . STAY TUNED!!!