Winslow jct and Hamm INTERLOCKING

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PRSL1972
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Winslow jct and Hamm INTERLOCKING

Post by PRSL1972 »

Does anyone have any track diagrams and photos of these 2 locations from the 1950's era.
For what I have been seeing the direction of NJT is going which isn't great it should be disbanded and revert back to public service and rail to DOT. This will ensure all high paid brain dead people are weeded out!!!

glennk419
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Post by glennk419 »

This is a little more recent but still might help: http://broadway.pennsyrr.com/Rail/Prr/M ... _prsl.html
Glenn

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Post by PRSL1972 »

Thanx for the info. If any one has any photos that would be great.
For what I have been seeing the direction of NJT is going which isn't great it should be disbanded and revert back to public service and rail to DOT. This will ensure all high paid brain dead people are weeded out!!!

RDG-LNE
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Post by RDG-LNE »

This is a nice diagram of Winslow:

http://raildata.railfan.net/java/Winslow/winslow.html

You can even play operator and line routes and clear signals.

Drew
http://rdg-lne.rrpicturearchives.net <-- My railfan photos

Modeling "America's Largest Anthracite Carrier" and "Industry's Freight Route" in 1953.

glennk419
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Post by glennk419 »

Afew pictures of RDC and freight action through Winslow can be found here: http://www.thebluecomet.com/PRSL.html and here: http://www.thebluecomet.com/prsl2.html# ... 20Junction.

Check out the rest of the Blue Comet site while you're there. They have some awesome shots from the pre- and early Conrail era.
Glenn

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