Re: Susanville local - flagging a Greyhound
Author: Al Stangenberger
Date: 12-05-2017 - 18:07

Did Greyhound have employee timetables with special instructions such as "watch for a light on the shack at railroad crossing of US 395 in Litchfield, stop if lit?"

If not, how would a driver off the extra board know what that light meant?

Having flagged down many Greyhounds (often with extra board drivers), I'd hate to depend on that light on a cold winter night...



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Susanville local SP 0-6-0 12-03-2017 - 20:11
  Re: Susanville local Alf Doten 12-04-2017 - 09:06
  Re: Susanville local Harry D 12-04-2017 - 13:05
  Re: Susanville local >> more Troll of Many Names BS Graham Buxton 12-05-2017 - 07:18
  Re: Susanville local AZebra 12-04-2017 - 14:19
  Re: Susanville local Al Stangenberger 12-04-2017 - 16:32
  Re: Susanville local Jim Spicer 12-04-2017 - 16:33
  Re: Susanville local Goatboat 12-05-2017 - 12:17
  Re: Susanville local - flagging a Greyhound Al Stangenberger 12-05-2017 - 18:07
  Re: Deadheading on the Dog...... BOB2 12-05-2017 - 19:55
  Re: Deadheading on the Dog...... George Andrews 12-05-2017 - 20:14
  Re: Deadheading on the Dog...... Al Stangenberger 12-05-2017 - 20:19
  Re: Deadheading on the Dog...... Nudge 12-07-2017 - 08:22
  Re: Deadheading on the Dog...... Alf Doten 12-07-2017 - 10:38
  Re: Deadheading on the Dog...... Goatboat 12-07-2017 - 12:40
  Re: Deadheading on the Dog...... George Andrews 12-07-2017 - 20:28
  Re: Deadheading on the Dog...... Alf Doten 12-07-2017 - 21:21


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