Re: 1950's Auto & Auto Parts Trains

Chet French <cfrench@...>

--- In STMFC@y..., rrfaned@a... wrote:
In a message dated 11/27/02 3:01:41 PM Central Standard Time,
cfrench@g... writes:

I would expect most of the Ford traffic to move through Decatur to
and then to Claycomo (Kansas City) where Ford had/has a large
assembly plant
rather than through St. Louis. It is very likely that the Wabash
owned the
property on which Ford built the Claycomo plant. IIRC this plant
was built
immediately following WWII.

Ed Dabler

Ford plant at Claycomo opened in 1951.

Chet French

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