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From: "Lynne" LKRanieri AT comcast DOT net
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2005 09:01:14 -0400
Subject: From our glass plate negative collection
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We have a glass plate negative collection of photographs, taken ca. 1906,
by a local resident and among them is the image sent with this e-mail. As I
noted earlier, I submit historic photos to our local paper and I submitted
this image a year or two ago, with a description supplied by a kind railroad
enthusiast. He described the piece of equipment for me, but I am left
wondering whether it might have been used on our local rail lines. I am
assuming so, because all of the other images are local, except for those of
his vacation to the Delaware Water Gap. Is it possible to know from this
image if it was from the DL&W, or whatever it would have been around the
turn of the last century? I could not find any identification on the engine,
other than what seems to be '109' on the front.

Thank you.


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