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Re: Ann Arbor RR in "Classic Trains"
Posted by Henry F. Burger on 5/25/2017, 8:02 pm, in reply to "Re: Ann Arbor RR in "Classic Trains""
Toledo to Ann Arbor had automatic block signals, I make the drawing. The Michigan-Ohio games had more trains than this article. Many times they would take the trains out of Ann Arbor to make room for more incoming trains. During steam days they take the engines in groups to either Milan or Chilson and turn them on the wye tracks there. I grew up in Milan and Saturdays were busy on the Annie. There was FT2 freight which came through while the game was on.
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