Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?)
Author: SP5103
Date: 07-07-2014 - 22:09

A similar operation was the Meadow River Lumber Company out of Rainelle, West Virginia - which coincidentally was also purchased by G-P. They also waded through water crossings with with geared engines. I believe they too had a Plymouth, but they also had two late model non-standard GE 70 tons. Not sure if the Plymouths on either road were diesel-electric or hydraulic drive, but it is likely they only forded the creeks when the water was no more than a few inches over the rail.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Mystery Photo (where is it?) Norman Clark 07-06-2014 - 21:32
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) trackwalker 07-06-2014 - 21:44
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) WebDigger 07-06-2014 - 22:02
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) Pdxrailtransit 07-06-2014 - 22:04
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) Bud 07-06-2014 - 22:07
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) Rich Hunn 07-07-2014 - 09:42
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) HUTCH 7.62 07-07-2014 - 17:41
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) Chris Walker 07-07-2014 - 17:43
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) mook 07-07-2014 - 19:22
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) SP5103 07-07-2014 - 22:09
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) Rich Hunn 07-08-2014 - 09:10
  Re: Mystery Photo (where is it?) mook 07-08-2014 - 11:18


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