Electrification 1915

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Thu May 27 21:27:32 EDT 2010


The accident took down a portion of the catenary, which due to shortages
on account of the war in Europe took time to gather up replacement material.

Mason Cooper
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In reference to the recent Arrow, (Vol. 26, No 2; Apr, May, Jun, 2010),
"The Electric N&W - part 2", page 14, column 3, paragraph 1:

"The difference between the averages for 1915 and those of 1916 may be
accounted for in the accident that occurred last spring, whereby for a very
considerable period the station capacity was reduced to one electric train
with one pusher."

To what 'accident' is this referring?

Dave Willis
(blt 1962, c/n 4)

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