A SNOW-COVERED DOUBLE HEADER AT THE END OF A RUN
A very cold and snowy winter at all times presents to the railroader
a situation that a layman sitting before a warm fire or impatiently
waiting for his coal bin to be filled can little appreciate. When
transportation facilities are taxed beyond their limit, conditions
such as prevailed last winter involve difficulties and trials
for train crews that would discourage the most indomitable.
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