Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
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From: "Milepost Oneninety" email@example.comI have read Chris' site in its entirety more than once ... Matter of fact I knew Chris (sorry to see him go) there is nothing on tie plates, hence my question.I found one that was recently dug up - very small ... It looks like it would fit 60 lb rail or so ...—Tom
From: "Milepost Oneninety" firstname.lastname@example.orgThis [see images above] was found at approximately mp178 on the UP Roseville subdivision, or at about Yuba Gap. It was dug up by crews installing a fiber optic line along the right of way.BTW, I have lots of other artifacts ...—Tom
Also see "rail chair."
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