Alan Weeks

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Retired Metro worker and Rail Enthusiast

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Retired Metro worker and rail enthusiast Alan Weeks waited more than 60 years to ride the train to Santa Monica again.

After More than 60 years, Rail Enthusiast Takes Train to Santa Monica Again

Retired Metro worker and rail enthusiast Alan Weeks waited more than 60 years to ride the train to Santa Monica again.

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