Re: Alcohol Shipments, was Pacific Northwest WWII was Lumber Traffic
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The shippers, station of origin and routing are on my blog at Modeling the ATSF Valley Division Third & Oakland Districts + the Alameda Belt: Shippers: Lawrence Warehouse Co. Richmond CA
John Barry ATSF North Bay Lines Golden Gates & Fast Freights 707-490-9696 PO Box 44736 Washington, DC 20026-4736
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Sent: Thursday, September 3, 2015 3:42 PM
Subject: [STMFC] Alcohol Shipments, was Pacific Northwest WWII was Lumber Traffic
A mention was made about transporting alcohol from the Pacific Northwest. In the SP&S Railway Historical Society Archives at the Pacific Northwest Railroad Archives we have Secretary Files that have yearly permits starting from the mid 1930's in to the 1960's that read as follows but with a different year:
Permit with United States of America (Treasury Dept.) - Permit C-Ore-4-54 (Internal Revenue Service) to transport tax free alcohol and specially denatured alcohol during the year 1954
The ones that have been cataloged are mostly for the Oregon Trunk. Where was this alcohol coming from?