Bruce F. Smith V.M.D., Ph.D. <smithbf@...>
I'm into a "warm day in June, 1944 on the PRR". Interestingly, someChalk me up as one who is interested in 1944 as well. Maybe we
wonderful data exists to build appropriate car fleets. I just purchased
some back issues of the PRRT&HS mag the Keystone that are being reprinted
and volume 7 has tables of the top 30 freight car classes on the PRR in
1943 and 1945...guess I'll have to interpolate 1944 <G>. I'll try to post
whatever data I can come by to my PRR site:
http://www.vetmed.auburn.edu/~smithbf/BFSpages/PRR.html when I get chance.
Bruce F. Smith V.M.D., Ph.D.
Scott-Ritchey Research Center
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Dr. Bruce, a dog's best frined,writes:
I'm into a "warm day in June, 1944 on the PRR".
Well. I guess I'm into a blisteringly hot, humid day on the NC&StL in Alabama, or the same on the L&N and NC&StL in Western Tenn. I don't think I've ever experinced a "warm" day in June in either locale.
Please let us know when you get that data posted ot your site. That kind of research is one of the many areas I really enjoy about this past-time.