14952Re: [FJGRailroad] Re: Amsterdam, NY
- Feb 5, 2011Hi Paul and Gino,
The twenties might be a bit of a stretch as far as what's available for
rolling stock and NYC steam that's available, but I'll have a look.
Just checked ETT 100 and there is a full Electric Schedule there, geez
they ran quite a few passenger runs on the electric line back then!
Any idea what the NYC's bridge would have looked like, I take it the one
that's there now was a replacement when they built the new Route 5.
On 04/02/2011 11:03 PM, Paul Larner wrote:
> The AC&N crossed over the FJ&G interurban line at the same location
> it passes over Rte 5. With regard to the Vrooman Avenue segment of
> the belt line, it was abandoned in 1928. I don't have any schematics
> or vals. of the AC&N. Doing the line in the teens or twenties would
> certainly show it at its busiest.
> I'll see what I have. I pre-1940's version of the ACN would be
> sweet. Business at the Carpet Mills and the Linseed factory would be
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