That gives the impression -- correct me if I've misunderstood -- that
one couldn't back a gasoline tank *truck* up to a tank *car*: the
consignee's storage tank had to be permanent. The exception for road
oil is crystal clear (a strange term to use in connection with this
commodity!), and in fact the Rutland had numerous team tracks to
which road oil was delivered (per Nimke's books). Fuel oil too, eh? I
take it they mean the heavy stuff, and I'll have to look it up.
Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla.
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, "John Hile" <john66h@...> wrote:
to permanent storage tanks, or consigned to parties acceptingdelivery
from Railroad Sidings where facilities exist for piping the liquid