Ann Arbor Wedding Photos Gandy Dancer

Ann Arbor Wedding Photos Gandy Dancer

Ann Arbor Wedding Photos Gandy Dancer

Ann Arbor Wedding Photos Gandy Dancer

Ann Arbor Wedding Photos Gandy Dancer

Ann Arbor Wedding Photos Gandy Dancer

Ann Arbor Wedding Venues gandy dancer ann arbor

Ann Arbor Wedding Venues gandy dancer ann arbor

Ann Arbor Wedding Venues gandy dancer ann arbor

Ann Arbor Wedding Venues gandy dancer ann arbor

Ann Arbor Wedding Venues gandy dancer ann arbor

Ann Arbor Wedding Venues gandy dancer ann arbor

African-American: Gandy Dancers/Railroad workers and their songs

"Musical traditions and recollections of eight retired African-American railroad track laborers whose occupational folk songs were once heard on railroads that crisscross the South.

Gandy Dancer Restaurant in the former train station in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Gandy Dancer Restaurant in the former train station in Ann Arbor, Michigan

blue buckle over alls..~~brings back fond memories~~I can smell the creosote

blue buckle over alls.~~brings back fond memories~~I can smell the creosote

Meet Jeff Andrews Author of The Gandy Dancer

Meet Jeff Andrews Author of The Gandy Dancer

The Gandy Dancer - Ann Arbor. Elegant fine dining in an historic depot.

Muer Seafood Restaurants - For the best in 'Simply Great' seafood

"Gandy Dancer," original abstract painting by artist  Matthew Dibble (USA) available at Saatchi Art #SaatchiArt.

New This Week 10-20-2014 Collection

Inside the Studio: Matthew Dibble (USA) : Saatchi Art Magazine : News and Updates for Art Lovers

Ann Arbor, Michigan, circa 1910. "Michigan Central railroad station", AKA The Gandy Dancer

Ann Arbor, Michigan, circa "Michigan Central railroad station", aka The Gandy Dancer. You can still eat at the Candy Dancer, and might even see a train roll by!

Gandy Dancers 1973. men working with cross ties, aligning the track, and spiking. The film focuses on the changes brought about by mechanization of railroad building. The film is part of the Burton Schrader collection in East Tennessee State University, Archives of Appalachia.

1973 film by Jack Schrader and Tom Burton that features field recordings of work chants of Gandy Dancers including aligning songs and chants to knock ou.

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