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PC: PC-LV Interchange

near Easton, PA and/or Phillipsburg, NJ.  I believe the PC came off of the
Bel-Del line, used L&HR trackage to get across the Deleware river onto the
CNJ and LV.  I also believe that some of the interchange traffic was ore for
Bethlaham Steel.  I need to know, what train(s) made this connection, how
often was the interchange, what other types of cars/ commodities were
interchanged, where did the connection originate on the PC, what was the
typical power used on this train, what was the train symbol or designation.
Any photos or maps of the area, would help.  I am mainly interested in the
late 60's and early 70's, but I won't turn down any information. I want this
info so I can accurately plan a model of this interchange on my HO scale
layout that is under construction.  I posted a similar question many months
ago but did not get an answer.  Thanks in advance for your help.
Mark Nolan
Clarksville, TN

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