Re: [FJGRailroad] Re: Rand Warner 1962-1963
- Funny thing about crises on the railroad. An old time supt told me one time
that the only time we earned our money was when things went wrong. The rest
of the time, which was most of the time, the railroad would run itself; good
rules and good training combined with compliance and a solid work ethic.
Your DS friend said it well.
>From: "Glenn Williams" <103424.2304@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [FJGRailroad] Re: Rand Warner 1962-1963
>Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2001 22:39:43 -0000
>--- In FJGRailroad@e..., "Walt Danylak" <waltdanylak@c...> wrote:
> > > 1962
> > [snip}
> > > Christmas � Fonda freight house debris removed.
> > [snip]
>When the NYC's Fonda freight house burned, it had been leased out and
>was full of wax-covered milk cartons (Glen-Mohawk Dairy?), according
>to my uncle.
>The result was not only the loss of the building but all the wires
>for NYC's Mohawk Division which were on the poles trackside, right by
>the building. A dispatcher friend in Syracuse said later that it was
>total chaos as everything went to manual operations. He rather
>enjoyed it: "I knew the rule book and besides, we hadn't had a good
>crisis in quite a while!"
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