Re: Fitz-Hugh Luther Co

Garth Groff <ggg9y@...>


My mistake (mild dyslexia). The proper name of the company was Fitzhugh-Luther. That's with a "z".

Kind regards,

Garth G. Groff

Garth Groff wrote:


Actually, the company was Fitshugh-Luther. Although F-L built no stock cars for the Northern Electric Railway, they did build 50 boxcars, and about 175 flats (the number is a bit uncertain, due to fill-ins of lost cars). Most of these cars were passed off the Sacramento Northern Railroad in 1918, and quite a few served the SNRY after 1929. A few even survive today. . . .

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