by T.L. Huffman
When Evelyn Trickel hears the sound of a train whistle in the early hours of the morning, she thinks of the lost and abandoned children who rode the Orphan Trains years ago.
“They were children looking for a home and a family,” she said. “I wonder how they must have felt as the train pulled into a town.”
Evelyn Trickel and the late Evelyn Sheets, both of