Justin,I would direct that question to Tim Gilbert.I think not.We have
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just scratched the surface.As of now ,that is just a snapshot.There are
many more surprises to come.Armand Premo
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From: "Justin Kahn" <harumd@...>
Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2005 4:10 PM
Subject: [STMFC] RE: Alburgh Trestle
What struck me (apart from the lone-ranger Clinchfield car, and those
cars came a long way) was the relatively large number of Montour hoppers
delivering coal; is it possible the Rutland had an advantageous contract
with an operator along the Montour?
Jace Kahn, General Manager
Ceres and Canisteo RR Co.
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Armand Premo wrote:Here's substantially more data, also compiled from old reports in
"There is photographic evidence of NKP hopper 87304 delivering company
coal directly in Rutland (circa 1950). Company coal was normally
delivered at Alburgh_."
So far in the Rutland waybill analysis, out of 219 hoppers, no NKP
hoppers and one from the Wheeling & Lake Erie: WLE 61909, delivering
company coal at Alburgh, 10 January 1951.
Armand Premo's possession:
The location is Alburgh, Vt., where the Rutland transloaded coal from
foreign cars to home cars. The name of the document is "Report of Cars
Arrived, Ordered, Placed and Released", and the time frame is January
through July of 1948. The following numbers of coal-carrying cars were
reported (not necessarily hoppers; could be gons, etc.)
There's plenty of cars there that theories would tell you shouldn't be
Troy, New York
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