This month PENNSYRR.COM celebrates its twentieth anniversary!
What started as a "web site learning project" has served over 22 million pages to users all over the world.
Keystone Crossings pre-dates the domain by a year or so, having been started on America Online. The inspiration for the domain followed the 1998 annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society in Lancaster.
It's hard to believe that the site was originally served via a 56k modem out of a basement. For many years it ran on two Apple Macintosh servers and offered not only web sites, but also PRR-talk, the very first mailing list for Pennsy fans.
The site evolved and migrated to a content management system, as well as to commercial hosting.
It's been a great ride - a small project that took on a life of its own. Thank you for your support!