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Re: PC: NYC Flexi-Van
- Subject: Re: PC: NYC Flexi-Van
- From: Harold Scott <hgs@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 13:56:38 -0600
Could these marks stand for something like Pocahontas Operations Central Unit?
H.G . Scott
heavyelectric -AT- netscape.net wrote:
> The marks "POCU" do not exist in the Feb 1970 Intermodal Register. I don't have any later editions to check.
> "Steffan Forbes" <steffanf -AT- hotmail.com> wrote:
> > A business nearby is clearing out it's storage yard. Out in back, after
> >several things were moved around, appeared a few gounded trailers. At least
> >I thought they were all trailers. One of the "trailers" was actually a NYC
> >Flexi-Van, still mainly intact with reporting marks on the front and sides
> >as well as NYC ovals intact on the back doors. The intact small stickers
> >that said "FLEXI-VAN" were still near perfect on the sides just above the
> >"STRICK" name. This was one of the mail flexi-vans with a side door on one
> >side of the container. The main point of interest on this container is with
> >the reporting marks. The NYC marks were just NYCU, typical for the NYC.
> >However, there were some PC reporting marks added (green sticker with white
> >numbers) added above the original NYC reporting marks. The marks were POCU.
> > I never heard of those reporting marks and would like to know haw many
> >vans got those marks. And... I checked several times... the marks were
> >indeed POCU.
> > -Gregg B.
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