Saul, In that photo you are standing just north of the bridge immediately south of the South Main Street crossing in Gloversville. Northbound cars wereMessage 1 of 2 , Feb 1, 2008View SourceSaul,
In that photo you are standing just north of the bridge immediately south of the South Main Street crossing in Gloversville. Northbound cars were directed by timetable special instruction to come to a complete stop at South Main Street. (That is the NB track) The steam trains were within yard limits therefore, since there were no first class trains south of Gloversville, all trains ran prepared to stop unless the track is known to be clear. Speed over all crossings in Gloversville and Johnstown was 8 miles per hour. The car is on the South/East bound main. The area is thoroughly overgrown last time I was there.
Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2008 16:09:29 -0500
Subject: [FJGRailroad] New Trolley Photos
Trolley pix CD-2341 is a fine example of how good looking the Line's track was in those days. What was the speed limit here on the steam track?Saul
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