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Re: PC: Helpers on the B&A, early PC era
- Subject: Re: PC: Helpers on the B&A, early PC era
- From: Mark Branibar <banshee2006@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 23:20:08 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
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I've seen photos of PRR U28C's as single pushers on B&A trains in 1970.
>From: zootowerprr -AT- webtv.net
>Sent: Feb 26, 2007 10:57 PM
>To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
>Subject: PC: Helpers on the B&A, early PC era
> Any one ever see photos of six axels (SD40/45, C630,636) in helper
>service on the B&A in 1968 or 1969?
> Chuck, maybe you would know the answer since that was your
>territory. Were trains on the B&A using all four axel Geeps and GEs on
>those trains? What kinds of tonnage were you guys running?
> I have on article about PC running U25Bs as mid train helpers on
>the B&A about 1969. They may have been remote control slaves. Seems like
>an unlikely type for mid train. Any info?
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