GROWING UP ON THE RAILWAY
The Story of Marjorie Hughes
By Jo Anne Grammond
To Marjorie Hughes, there's nothing unusual about waking up every morning in a different city. Not a thing different about being schooled by her mother - who could barely read and write English - because the family never stayed in one place more than a month. And it certainly didn't seem odd to call a passenger car home.
Living on the railway was the only life Marjorie had ever known - she was even born on a train, on January 17, 1923 somewhere between Denver and Salt Lake City.