Moving Trash by Train

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Moving Trash by Train – how railroads haul trash. 4 articles, 14 pages
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Railroads have moved every type of cargo since their beginnings. In the modern age, railroads have embraced a new type of cargo: trash. Read the first column in Trains in 1975 advocating that railroads haul trash, and follow the development of this new business in this TRAINS Express PDF package. Here’s the line-up of stories from the Trains magazine archive:

- “Garbage Plus Steel Wheels Equals Money” By John G. Kneiling, Pages 44-46, February 1975
- “The Garbage Express!” By G. Homer Hamlin, Pages 52-53, May 1985
- “High Risk, High Priority” By Thornton H. Waite, Pages 20-21, July 1988
- “The Waste Line Express” By Betsy Biesenbach, Pages 62-67, June 1996

(14 pages, 2.7 MB)
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