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  • Bellevue - Hub of the Nickel Plate - Page 2
    1 an important change took place at Bellevue R J Sliter who has been in charge of the yard there for 10 years first as general yardmaster and later as terminal trainmaster retired Except for when he was at Conneaut and Buffalo he had been in the yard at Bellevue since 1920 He saw the yard enlarged five times and four office buildings erected Son of a NKP locomotive engineer

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  • Bellevue - Hub of the Nickel Plate - Page 3
    bad order cars were built there in 1953 The Road s principal icing station is there Also there are car cleaning and stock handling facilities The Road s general superintendent and his staff have headquarters there Also the maintenance of way equipment and the signal shops for the entire system are located at Bellevue The storehouse is the principal one for M of W and signal materials A reclamation plant

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  • Frankfort - Crossroads of Clover Leaf and Lake Erie & Western - Page 1
    Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Employee Magazines Home

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  • Frankfort - Crossroads of Clover Leaf and Lake Erie & Western - Page 2
    and the L E W Districts from Frankfort and the division engineers for both districts use the old Clover Leaf building downtown as their headquarters The yards at the west edge of the city can hold nearly 1 300 cars Trains from Railroad one of the earliest forerunners of the Clover Leaf The 25 mile long railroad was built as a standard gauge line later was converted to narrow gauge

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  • Frankfort - Crossroads of Clover Leaf and Lake Erie & Western - Page 3
    are broken up or consolidated there for dispatching either toward St Louis or Peoria Between 25 and 35 Nickel Plate trains move in and out of Frankfort daily The mechanical facilities there are among the largest on the system The roundhouse has become a busy diesel center as all four divisions terminating there are now dieselized Some steam locomotives still may be seen however as the back shop is used

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  • January-February 1958 Front Cover
    View of Abbott Road yard at Buffalo shows yard engine waiting for high speed symbol train to depart

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  • BUFFALO - Gateway to East, New England
    when the English came they mistook the name and called it Buffalo Early emigrants who traveled difficult roads to the lake traded at Buffalo before continuing west by boat The Erie Canal opened in 1825 brought expanded trade and prosperity and the coming of the railroads beginning in 1836 further strengthened Buffalo s position Today the city is the hub of the prosperous Niagara Region It is the No 1

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  • BUFFALO - Gateway to East, New England
    solicitation through much of New York state and part of Canada is directed from Buffalo An important Nickel Plate facility at Buffalo is the Niagara Frontier Food Terminal built jointly with the Erie Railroad and opened in 1931 It covers an area of 70 acres with a network of railway spurs and with buildings with ample loading platforms for wholesale grocers and produce dealers The Road has two principal yards

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