Ann Arbor carloadings

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Ann Arbor carloadings

Unread postby GAP » Mon Mar 27, 2006 9:00 pm

What commodities might have originated on the Ann Arbor railroad in 1956? I recently acquired an Ann Arbor boxcar and am wondering what might have originated on the AA that might have been shipped to the U.P. (which I model).
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Unread postby OwlCaboose2853 » Tue Mar 28, 2006 10:25 pm

Check link: Model RailWeb.Com http://www.modelrailweb.com/index.html
Design layout: "The Annie" - N Scale Track plan http://www.modelrailweb.com/mainline/trackplan.htm
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Unread postby OwlCaboose2853 » Wed Mar 29, 2006 11:37 am

OwlCaboose2853 wrote:Check link: Model RailWeb.Com http://www.modelrailweb.com/index.html
Design layout: "The Annie" - N Scale Track plan http://www.modelrailweb.com/mainline/trackplan.htm


OR See Coal Creek layout http://www.modelrailweb.com/mainline/coal_creek.htm They give you become idea and image of the Toledo low level loop to upgrades to Dundee, Milan, Ann Arbor and Whitmore Lake to downgrade to Howell, Durand, Owosso "loop" to upgrade to Clare, Cadillac, Yuma high level loop then downgrades Mesick, Copemish, Thompsonville, Beulah to Elberta/Frankfort low level loop then return to Toledo. The Annie was called of the Toledo to Frankfort as "Fireball", Frankfort to Toledo as "Torpedo."
See AARRTHA = http://www.trainweb.org/annarbor/
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