Anson – I’ve heard five thrown out there; I wouldn’t mind six. When you add together all the outlying projects that had to be completed when the rails were connected, it was a six year engagement.
Anson – I would like to. I know you don’t necessarily need to, but I would like to. There’s never been talk about getting into the Central Pacific side of the story; the whole contest between the two companies; the involvement of the Asian-American work-force. You just can’t tell the entire story without getting the Central Pacific, and that opens up a whole new bag of worms in terms of story-telling. And we haven’t even started drilling through the
Henry – It sounds like you’re passionately interested in the actual history.
Anson – Oh yeah. I’ve been doing my research.
Anson – Yes. In about another ten years I want to play (abolitionist) John Brown. I think that’s a story that’s waiting to be made. Now watch – somebody’ll pick up on this and they’ll hire Willem Dafoe to do it.