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OHIC 101 North

The major only work to be done this day was to take the IWG empties (the hoppers), the loaded DeNoon Lumber boxcars and 2 storage's up to the NS connection at Bayard, oh - no more than 5 miles away. This is accomplished with a reverse move the entire way. All the employees not on the train go out and flag crossings through the town of Minerva, as there are several dozen. The train is operating on former NYC trackage, but will soon be on PRR.

Photographed by Matt Adams, September 20, 2003.
Added to the photo archive by Matt Adams, February 6, 2004.
Railroad: Ohi-Rail Corporation.

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