Just pointing out that the car has been moved on the railroad before.
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I assume the car was dropped at Albert Lea MN by a westbound and now was on an east bound?
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, Tim O'Connor <timboconnor@...> wrote:
Clark I don't understand -- what does ALBERT LEA BACK HAUL mean?
Lumber definitely could be diverted before it reached its final
destination. And diversions could go in any direction, as long as
someone paid for it (the diversion, that is).
NP 26619 LUMBER 119 ALBERT LEA BACK HAUL
The car listed above was in an M&StL Minneapolis to Peoria time freight. This car must be ping-ponging across the railroad waiting for a buyer?