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PC: [Fwd: Re: Templeton, IN]

Hey gang,

I'm forwarding this message to the list because bounced since the sender
is a member of a different mailing list and is not subscribed to the
PC Mailing List. This is why I ask you all to PLEASE NOT CROSSPOST to
multiple mailing lists....because members of this list won't get to
see the repsonses from the other lists, and it just makes more work
for me. I decided to forward this one for the benefit of the list, but
any other bounced replies to this message are going to get trashed since
I don't have time right now to forward the rest of them. Enjoy....


> From: gelwood <gelwood -AT- dnaco.net>
> To: NYC-Railroad -AT- onelist.com
> cc: InterlockingTowers -AT- onelist.com, penn-central@smellycat.com,
>         Conrail -AT- onelist.com, IllianaRR@onelist.com
> Subject: Re: [NYC-Railroad] Templeton, IN
> In-Reply-To: <19991208.173727.-177165.2.Caylorman -AT- juno.com>
> Message-ID: <Pine.GSO.4.10.9912081825120.10286-100000 -AT- kirk.dnaco.net>
> MIME-Version: 1.0
> Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII
> The station at Templeton was NKP.  The line from Lafayette to Templeton
> was double track.  Actually the double track started at Altamount where
> the NKP and NYC came together.  As I remember, the line was signalled with
> semaphores.  At Templeton, the NYC turned north with double track for
> about a mile. The NKP operator in the station controlled the power
> turnout.
> I use to ride the engines on hte Riley every so often between Lafayette to
> Kanakee and then back later in the day. I may have some B&W photos I shot
> from the cab if I look hard.
> George Elwood
> http://www.dnaco.net/~gelwood

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