1948 CTC Peavine article
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Jeff: One of the surprises to me was the massive rail yard at ANCOR. (now
the gravel pit/lake).
By the way all the letters in ANCOR should be Capital Letters.
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Subject: 1948 CTC Peavine article
I know of the siding for the power station for the trolley line that ran
through Perintown. I had tried to find it years ago but with no luck. David
McNeil wrote several books on trolleys and the Cincinnati Georgetown &
Portsmouth rail lines. The foundations are still very visible in the fall
and winter months.
Perintown siding had grown to 6046 feet, but I do not know when it was
removed. I was happy to see the photo of the east end of Perintown siding in
Lots of great stuff out there and some times it just drops in your
lap/laptop from unexpected sourses.
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