by Ken Klopper
It was 1934; the time of the Great Depression and Keith Watts was living a simple life and doing a simple job driving his train on the Southern Line. Then he does a reckless thing by stopping his train to pick up a little, roving girl on the uphill run to Gooseneck Pass. Together they embark on an adventurous journey full of surprises and colorful characters. Drama, mystery, adventure, humor.