Re: What road is "C"?
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From: "Jeff Lodge" <cvfanbratt@...>
Sent: Friday, October 15, 2004 2:12 AM
Subject: Re: [STMFC] What road is "C"?
sample this large, I think overall the data will be good. If something
doesn't look right, I'll throw it out.
kind ofWhite River Junction, Vermont in September of 1955. Being a computer
someguy, I decided to enter the data into a database to cook the mess into
blowingstatistics. Talk about an amazing goldmine of data! (And talk about
freightmy original estimates of percentages of cars per road needed for my
ordered myby the single letter "C" for the road symbol. Since I have not yet
same1955 ORER on CD from Westerfield yet, can someone help me out? This
inperson likes to label the Pennsylvania as "P" so is it CRR? Car number
coalthis case is 904327, carrying coal northbound for Montreal.)Jeff,
hoppers that appeared on the CV and was searching the train lists for carshoppers,
as in the example of NH 117007, designated "H" on the trainlist, butclearly
from the ORER and photographic evidence, a covered hopper.