I must be getting senile in my old age, that wasn't even 40 years ago and I cant remember the correct number of cars. The cars started dropping off the rail about one foot past the chalk mark on the rail indicating wide gauge. If I recall the track inspector checked the track mid afternoon and discovered the defect. At that time all bulletins were issued at Sodus. Most of the time the job went on duty Tuesdays and Thursdays 1600-1700. This was a Wednesday run. Since the inspector lived nearby he went home, figuring he would get it written up the next morning. Going east we had no problem. That evening everything went very well until that shove to the insulator plant.