Re: Per Diem


Bruce Smith
 

On Thu, August 21, 2008 5:14 am, Ed Schleyer wrote:
One of the smallest railroads paid the MOST per diem, The Long Island
Rail Road was a dead end railroad that owned NO interchangable cars.

Ed Schleyer
Ed,

That's a pretty definitive statement. I think you probably meant that the
LI did not own any interchangable FREIGHT cars (since of course, their
passenger cars did interchange). However, my 1943 ORER shows 80 class GR
composite gondolas. So, while the interchange fleet was not big, it did
exist.

Regards
Bruce
Bruce Smith
Auburn, AL

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