Image from web page 948 of “Electric train journal” (1908)
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this paper have arrangedfor an unique short article on the signal system to show up soon. The Emergency Fleet Corporation had actually financed thepurchase of fifty brand-new cars and trucks for use in dealing with shipyardworkers and helped in the financing of this track ex-tension to the yards on right-of-way equipped by theBethlehem company. As the house sidings utilized by the Pennsylvania Railroad for freight tracks of the Bethlehem Steel Business, all ofwhich are secured by an electro-pneumatic signal andinterlocking plant which governs the movement oftrains on the electric tracks to and from the primary line.The main line of the electric train at this pointwas furnished some time ago with continuous track cir-cuit-controlled automated block or spacing signals, andin order to handle safely, financially and also without un-necessary delay the rush hour into and also out of thenew branch an interlocking plant, with suitable sig- Text Appearing After Photo: PARKED ELECTRIC AND ALSO VAPOR TRAINS READY FOR THE 4 OCLOCK CROWDS passenger train service to the shipyard are located tothe west of the electric railway tracks, in order to makeroom for the
building of this spur it was necessaryto reposition the lawn tracks of the steel business andthe shipbuilding firm and to transfer the spurtracks usec ^ oy the vapor passenger trains. Involvedin this moving was the moving of brick sheds, ap-proximately 1500 feet long, where furnace-lining brickswere saved. This set task itself was of no mean mag-nitude, specifically when done under war con-ditions. The electric train spur consists of a dual track, terminating in a loop at the major entry to the yards, with an inner loop track. The track goes across the Penn-sylvania main-line track to Sparrows Point and also 2 nals and also derails, was required. After careful studythe electro-pneumatic type of track circuit signal wasselected as one which would provide Safety with re-quired speed of operatio Keep in mind About Pictures Please keep in mind that these photos are removed from checked page pictures that could have been digitally boosted for readability- pigmentation and also look of these illustrations could not flawlessly appear like the original work.