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These are my Grandpa's carmen note books. Looks like he might have been the car foremen back in the 70's at Green River Wyoming. (forgot to flip scan)

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This is the only page like this in the three books.

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This page shows all the tracks and the bad order cars along with the locals and who the conductor was.

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Those two show the UP passenger trains.

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These two pages show Amtrak rolling into Green River.

uhaul

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A great collection of railroad information.
Does every locomotive have to have an operating manual in it?

9/11/01
9/11/07

LCJ

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uhaul wrote: Does every locomotive have to have an operating manual in it?
No.

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LCJ wrote:
uhaul wrote: Does every locomotive have to have an operating manual in it?
No.
Or yes, right there in the glove box, underneath the registration, and insurance card.........

UPRR engineer

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Get that kinda stuff from a MOP or from older hogheads that are cleaning out there locker.

UPRR engineer

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Got some more carmen books, turns out they were my grandpa's brothers.

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This is all cool stuff. Thanks for sharing your collection with us!

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UPRR engineer

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Welcome buddy thanks for looking. I have ALOT more to share when i get a new computer.

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