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West Claremont, NH

Here we see conductor Bruce Davidson normalling switch point for Coy Paper siding at west end of short run around track at end of track. Siding to Coy Paper is behind photographer. Tank car is out of Coy Paper. This trackage was part of the former Claremont Electric Railway that connected with the B&M at Claremont.

Photographed by Bruce Nelson, July 22, 1974.
Added to the photo archive by Bruce Nelson, July 16, 2018.
Railroad: Claremont Concord.

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Looks like you got my "good side"!

Posted by Bruce Davison on 2018-07-16 15:21:33

Tank car probably contained chlorine for breaching pape

Posted by Steven Hall on 2018-07-16 17:47:23


Posted by Steven Hall on 2018-07-16 17:47:47

The tank cars at Coy Paper and Claremont Paper contained #6 fuel oil. The C&C did not handle chlorine.

Posted by Bruce Davison on 2018-07-21 06:47:17

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