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Image from page 759 of "Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine" (1912)

Identifier: baltimoreohioemp04balt

Title: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine

Year: 1912 (1910s)

Authors: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company

Subjects: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company

Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]

Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park

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rved a defective condition ofequipment on car in train No. 90. He had thetrain stopped and repairs were made. On August 11 J. O. Riddle, switchman atNorth Vernon, Indiana, observed a defectivecondition on car in passing extra 2580. Henotified the crew and the car was set off. On July 31 Edward Stoltz and WilliamBarber, delivery clerks at Cincinnati freighthouse, saw two men drive up to the inboundhouse, load a box into their wagon and driveaway. The men paid no attention to theshouts of the clerks, ordering them to stop.Mr. Barber and Mr. Stoltz got in an auto-mobile and gave chase and the men, becomingfrightened, abandoned the box. J. E. Brown, conductor with yard engine1120, recently discovered a defective trackcondition on eastbound main track just westof Spring Grove Avenue bridge, Cincinnati.He made a prompt report of the matter. This is the second time that Mr. Brown hasobserved and reported defective track condi-tions, and a credit notation has been placedon his service record.

 

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CHARLES CARPENTER THE BALTIMORE AXD OHIO EMPLOYES ALVCIAZIXE 69 Cincinnati Terminals Conductor J. E. Brown, while handling acut of cars between Stock Yards and Cummins-ville on September 20, discovered and promptlyreported a defective track condition. This isthe second condition of this kind that Mr.Bro\^ii has reported in a short time. A creditentry has been placed on his service record. Illinois Division As extra west 1592 passed where trackmanLouis Feltman was working on September 26,he noticed a defective condition on our coalcar 3S112 and, going to a nearby farm house,called the station at OFallon, where theconductor made an examination and the carwas set off for repairs. Toledo Division C. L. Martz, agent operator at Cairo, onSeptember 6 observed and reported a defectivecondition of car in train No. 87, which waspassing his station. Conductor A. E. Cramer foimd and reporteda defective track condition on September 12.

  

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Taken circa 1912