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Re: PC: Re: Black Cabs
- Subject: Re: PC: Re: Black Cabs
- From: "Ed Portzline" <mushroom2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 6 Oct 1999 21:28:53 -0700
---- Jerry Jordak <jer -AT- smellycat.com> wrote:
> Ed Portzline wrote:>
> However, I don't think you saw the caboose on the Short Line, but rather
> on one of the Newburgh & South Shore overpasses between the Grant Ave.
> and Harvard Ave. exits on I-77. The N&SS is the railroad that puts its
> names of the bridges.
Thanks, that's the name I've been trying to read. Since you're familiar wuth the area, then right at those bridges at on the east side of 77 are some sort of storage tanks that usally have a line of tank cars sitting there. That's where the caboose was. On the bridge leading to those storage tanks.
I had never heard of the "Cleveland Cabboose" and after all the discussion about the "black cabin" I thought I had seen the Loch Ness Monster and Yeti all rolled into one.
As far as the color grey, I think it was lighter than primer. Coulda been the lighting when I saw it though.
> Apologies to all of you who aren't familiar with Cleveland. :-)
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