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One year ago today

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A great friend of ours, Dante D. Angerville had went into surgery for a tumor that was harmful to his health. He would end up dying mid-surgery, despite the efforts of the surgeons.:) May the good Lord bless his great soul. One year later and we railfans still miss him.

 

Although his site is forever closed, I found his photos which is here:

 

http://www.bikeyorph.com/Photos/

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R.I.P. Dante, even though I never got to know him, he seemed like a great person. He took great photos and was pretty helpful. You will always be remembered Dante.

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That was a very sad indeed may he RIP. Ive aways enjoyed his youtube videos of the (9) tribute video and his transit music videos.

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That was a very sad indeed may he RIP. Ive aways enjoyed his youtube videos of the (9) tribute video and his transit music videos.

 

 

Yes, very sad, i also watch the 9 tribute often, good stuff, will be missed.

 

- Andy

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Wow, i was just looking at his photos again, he has some really good work, i love the SEPTA train in the snow!

 

- Andy

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I met him only once. I remember he was a very funny person and he always had really, really strange transit dreams.

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Unfortunately I never had the chance to meet or know him, but I've seen his work and it's all good stuff, but more importantly I've heard some stories about the kind of person he was and how he was able to laugh at himself in the name of a good time, and how he overcame all kinds of obstacles to go after what he wanted.

 

So, Dante, even though I never got to know you...RIP...

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May He Rest In Peace. I didn't get to know the guy, but where's the (9) tribute?

 

 

 

(9)

 

- Andy

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