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Re: PC: Questions

Bill K.
	I assure you anything we, the National NYCRR Museum, has brought in 
to us, unless it is its own separate train, is on flats.  We learned 
the hard way the first and only time.

Rick Kiefer

From:          "Bill K." <pontiac -AT- dreamscape.com>
To:            <penn-central -AT- smellycat.com>
Subject:       Re: PC: Questions
Date:          Sun, 6 Sep 1998 14:44:44 -0400
Reply-to:      penn-central -AT- smellycat.com

NYC also ran a "Beeliner" from Syracuse to Watertown and possibly further
north before eliminating passenger service entirely on what consists of
Conrail's Montreal Secondary/Branch. It's possible other such branches saw
them, although I'm not familiar with any - I'm not sure what the last
Auburn Branch trains used for equipment but it's another possibility.  I'll
ask someone here who knows - 


> From:  JEROME A ROSENFELD <BDXT30A -AT- prodigy.com>
> To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Subject: Re: PC: Questions
> Date: Sunday, September 06, 1998 1:51 AM
> NYC RDC's operated mainly in the NYC Metro Area to Poughkeepsie,
> Dover Plains and Chatham as well as in West Virginia and Boston area
> commuter service on the Boston & Albany.
>     Jerome

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