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From: JJordan eltrainmaster AT copper DOT net
Date: Mon, 01 Sep 2008 13:10:14 -0400
Subject: Re: (erielack) Re: Back to Milk Traffic
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Some thing like the attached photo of a model?

-Joe Jordan
Train Nut Central

At 09:32 AM 9/1/08 -0700, James Crump wrote:
>could they be DL&W reefers - I believe they had some with white sides,
small lettering and logo, would work if the creamery was still going.
>--- On Mon, 9/1/08, Todd Hollritt wrote:
>> From: Todd Hollritt
>> Subject: (erielack) Re: Back to Milk Traffic
>> To:
>> Date: Monday, September 1, 2008, 11:32 AM
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>> Lackawanna_at_Branchville.jpg (image/pjpeg, 964x730 94660
>> bytes, BF: 7.43 ppb)
>>   Check out this winter scene at Branchville, NJ during a
>> heavy snowfall. I guess this photo dates from the
>> 1950's, anyone know what DL&W train would rate a
>> H24-66 on the Sussex Branch? It looks as if it has a baggage
>> car head out, you can easily see numerous roof vents on
>> that fist car. But what are the two "white" cars
>>  behind the baggage car? Are there two cars, or is it just
>> an optical illusion? I don't think the tracks curved
>> away that quick at the station so it certainly looks like
>> two additional cars in the train.
>>   This is a great winter scene that includes
>> the Branchville depot and the Sussex Milk and Cream Company
>> building that still stands today (What actually took place
>> inside this building). The two Lackawanna crew members are
>> hard at work in the elements, and appear to be cleaning out
>> the east end of the runaround switch before departure,
>> making sure it will be operational for the next train.
>> I know it's only September 1st, sorry about the winter
>> blast!
>> Todd ~
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