The railroad industry in America has played an immense role in the
development and progression of our modern society. Besides its most
obvious role as a life line for supplies and sustenance to newly
burgeoning towns and industry, it helped spawn an incredible subculture
of people, the hobos and tramps of America. These hobos used the trains
during the great depression in order to seek work, and a whole society
of people grew around the railroads.

Agency films has long been associated with the railways and has
produced multiple short films and television programming around the
subject of train hopping and have made it their mission to preserve the
history of the American train tramp.

This event will be held at the 123 Space: 123 Tompkins Ave, Brooklyn.