Re: SHPX 13141

Donald Ford <ford.donald77@...>

I read your post about CT and Paniesville and Fraiport Harbor and the Western
Let me add that area is also known as the "Fire Lands" because after the
revelution that area was granted to the people from CT that were burned out by
the British during the war. Just some bit of info I picked up alonge the way.
Don Ford Kanab UT

From: Peter Ness <>
Sent: Thu, July 22, 2010 8:31:15 PM
Subject: [STMFC] Re: SHPX 13141


Hi Chuck,

OK, now I'm getting a creepy feeling. I grew up in MA in a town served
by the New Haven which I model. Now I live in OH two towns away from
Painesville and Fairport Harbor - and commute to work through
Painesville 5 days a week.

I know historically this part of OH was "the Western Reserve" since it
was part of CT for a while, but the Naugatuck Chemical connection is
just plain eerie (not Erie, which is about 50 miles East).

Thanks for the information!


Peter Ness

--- In, RUTLANDRS@... wrote:

The Naugatuck Chemical Company also had a large plant in Painesville,
Ohio on the Fairport, Painesville and Eastern (FP&E). In the 50's all
recall were black tank cars with no logo.
Chuck Hladik
Rutland Railroad
Virginia Division

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