4618Re: [TexasCzechs] Lois: railroad
- Feb 1, 2001Thanks for the lead. This would be for way before the 70's, more like the 40's. And no
it's not work.............lois
I can not give detailed information on how to get railraod
information. But I can give you a lead. The Railroad Retirement phone
number for here in Houston is: 713-209-3045. When I have had to
deal with them, they have been very nice. Of course with me they
have to be. I work for a railroad. But I am sure they would be
willing to direct you (if they know how) to the correct contact for
that type of information.
I don't know how far back they have it. But I do know it goes at
least back to the 70's when I started to work for the railroad. They
were able to give me my complete work record in a matter of minutes.
Webpage: are you saying Richard G is smarter then me.(smile) I would
have to agree. Send a sample and lets see. It should be no problem.
I know your surprise is a ton of work for me. All I can say, is you
guys haven't buried me 6 feet under yet. Maybe 3 feet but not six.
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