Re: M&SL Box Cars in Northern New England


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There was, and is, a lot of manufacturing done in Iowa. Farm equipment as
well as consumer goods. Not just corn and hogs and, yes, sheep.

Don Lodge

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Don Valentine stated:<BR>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Neat little road, the M&amp;StL. Sort
of like a granger Rutland. But<BR>
what<BR>
other than possibly a boxcar of grain can be used to justify a
M&amp;StL<BR>
car in<BR>
northern New England in the late 1940's?<BR>
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About one in 300-325 were the odds overall for all commodities.<BR>
<BR>
Tim Gilbert<BR>
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