Re: Old Wine Tank Car was: Re UTLX type V tanks
Bruce Smith wrote:
On May 27, 2009, at 2:53 PM, Rod Miller wrote:The Taylor family sold the winery to a large wineA faint recollection from a visit to the Bully HillBully Hill was so named because the owner, a Mr. Taylor was prohibited by Taylor Wines from using his name on his wine, and yes, he did protest about "tank car wine" with much gusto and frequency <VBG>.
company. Walter Taylor has started his own winery using
the Taylor name. The large wine company sued to prevent
his use of the Taylor name. So the winery name was changed
to Bully Hill; the wine label featured a billy goat, and
the motto was They take my name but they can't get my goat.
All bets are off when it comes to memory as I saw theI was successful in locating a photo of the car:It appears to be an insulated 3 dome tank. I'm not sure any type V were insulted... and it really doesn't look like a type V anyway. My guess is that you memory has deceived you and that this car has a frame. No doubt delivered by the the Bath and Hammnondsport RR?
car at least 10 years ago when it wasn't as covered by
vines as it is now. Best is if I can get some better
photos of it; my wife's family usually gathers about 20
miles away for one week in August. No doubt the B&H
brought the car to Hammondsport, which is very close to