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Bayoulands: Episode 2

Original air date: February 25, 2016

Episode 2 of Bayoulands features the history and present restoration of the Orange Train Depot, a visit Claiborne West Park in Vidor for the annual trout stocking and wraps up with a meeting with the oldest bayou resident.

History and Restoration of the Orange Train Depot produced by Jonathan Tippett with special thanks to his guests: Carrie Woliver, Robert Mitchell and Juanita Timberlake. For more info visit: www.orangetxdepot.org.

Trout Fishing at Clairborne West Park produced by Jason M. Miller and Jonathan Tippett with special thanks to: Orange County Parks Department, Park Supervisor Mike Hale, James Miller, Errol Miller and all the fishermen who spoke with us. For more info visit: http://www.co.orange.tx.us/Parks_Department.html.

The Survivor Tree produced by Jason M. Miller with Special thanks to Shangri-La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center. For more info visit: http://starkculturalvenues.org/shangrilagardens/.

Bayoulands is made possible by a grant from the H.H. and Edna Houseman Charitable Trust benefiting the Orange County area, its citizens and charitable organizations. The series is produced in the studios of 91.3 KVLU in Beaumont, TX by Production Director Jason Miller and assistant producer Jonathan Tippett. The Executive Producer is Development Director Shannon Harris.


Listen to Episode 2


Episode 2 Music Credits:
1. Clifton Chenier – “In the Mood”
2. Johnny Cash – “Blue Train”
3. Louis Jordan – “Choo Choo Ch’Boogie”
4. Glenn Miller & his Orchestra – “Chatanooga Choo Choo”
5. Floratone – “Louisiana Lowboat”

To view more photos please see the Bayoulands photo album on the “91.3 KVLU Public Radio” Facebook page.

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Fishermen at the annual trout stocking at Claiborne-West Park in Vidor, Jason Miller

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Orange Train Depot

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Survivor Tree, Adams Bayou, Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center