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 Posted: Mon Sep 28th, 2020 08:26 pm
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With your disconnects, add a frame to convert them to log cars,
Arrow Lakes Lumber Co. made 16 foot cars for hauling White Pine.

Wood and English Logging Co operated their skeleton cars as disconnects, when hauling extra long logs,
with each load spanning two cars, using the end log bunks. (circa 1926)

W&E later became Canadian Forest Products,
which also operated trains hauling Iron Concentrate, from a mine adjacent to the line.




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Hi Ken,

Thanks for the tip about W&E.

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