Rail Innovation Timeline – 1800s
FreightWaves Classics: Refrigeration helped railroads move fresh food nationwide (Part 2)
C&WI 55th Street Station
FreightWaves Classics/Fallen Flags: The Katy served the southcentral region of the nation
Minneapolis, MN: CGW Boom Island Railyard and Roundhouse
Aliquippa, PA: Lost/LTV/Jones and Laughlin (J&L) Steel Works
Hoboken, NJ: Lakawanna/DL&W Ferry Terminal
St. Paul, MN: 1885 Northern Pacific Como Yard and Car Shop
FreightWaves Classics: Refrigeration helped railroads move fresh food nationwide (Part 1)
(Satellite, I think that was the foundation for the tower.)
This tower controlled access to the branch to Berkeley Springs. It was between the crossover and the turnout to the branch. The branch followed the Warm Spring Run, and it still exists to the U.S. Silica Co. plant.
Darren Reynolds posted three photos with the comment: "B&O "HO tower" Hancock Hancock,WV. (MD)."Dennis DeBrulerIt evidently controlled the crossover and turnout for the Berkeley Springs branch. That branch still exists to the U.S. Silica Co. plant.https://www.google.com/.../data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m5!3m4...
[Note the signaling pipelines going to the crossover.]
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