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From: "Lynne" LKRanieri AT comcast DOT net
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2005 16:09:28 -0500
Subject: A look inside the train
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Because of an unusually heavy schedule I am very remiss in thanking the
many list members who kindly replied to my DL&W application question. Thanks
to all of the respondents I can put it into the database this week and I
will assign a ca. 1948 date to it. I am _very_ grateful for the help.
I scanned all thirty four of our 1941 DL&W milk train accident photos and
would be happy to share them all if anyone is interested in seeing them.
Unfortunately I do not have sufficient personal Web space to accommodate all
of them in addition to everything else I have posted there. Is there some EL
list place where I can send them for viewing, or would that take up an
inordinate amount of space?
I am attaching here one of the photos that I found interesting because
of the visible interior. Are those rows of rivets on the exposed left side
of the train (engine?)? Are those curtains now hanging outside of the train?
What purpose did they serve?
Thank you!


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