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Re: PC: What killed PC?
- Subject: Re: PC: What killed PC?
- From: rastaff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 29 Dec 1998 15:11:16 -0700
From: Jejunabra -AT- aol.com
Date sent: Mon, 21 Dec 1998 16:52:16 EST
To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
Subject: Re: PC: What killed PC?
Send reply to: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
I if you have not read "No Way to Run A Railroad", I would suggest
that you read it. I got it through the inter-library loan system to
read. After reading it then tell me what you think. I was the income
from the Pennsylvania Company that kept the PC afloat as long as
it did. Other good referance sources that can be gotten the same
"The Fallen Collouses", "Wreak of the Penn Central" and "Death of
a Railroad". These also can be gotten the same way,
> Some Norfolk Southern units are still sublettered NW for Norfolk and Western,
> SOU for Southern, CNO&TP for Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific, CGA
> for Central of Georgia. I have seen these a number of times on trains through
> Silver Springs,NY on joint NS-DH pool trains. As for the Penn Central, the
> looting of the treasury by David Bevan, inept management at all other levels,
> tight government regulations and g overnment subsidy of the railroads' other
> modal competition all were among the nails in Penn Central's coffin. The
> Executive Jet Scandals did not help matters any either. EJA nearly went belly
> up due to the same kind of mismanagement that helped to sink Penn Central.
> Having to take in the New Haven Railroad also did Penn Central great harm as
> Jim mancuso
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