Northeastern High School - Les Memoires Yearbook (Manchester, PA)

 - Class of 1955

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ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN RAILROADS PUBLIC RELATIONS DEFARTMENY Tlaulronvaflou lulLnlNa WASHINGTON 6, D. NAYICNAL B-0020 Rossnr s. HENRY Feb!-ua 2 vnu nnvnxuv ry 5, ALBERT R, eearrv L, Ann-nur v-ez num: 1 M4 J Y J Mrs. Roslyn L. King Manchester High School Manchester, Pennsylvania Dear Mrs. King: J. E. J r. o. J N MANAGIRI conusl. runuc I: r Rau.. In enum sz xlsmuau s 1 1 u:n.AL.av. A n rain. Acrucu R s1N:n.AlR. scuco c e su llfn. Nun Sze nc As requested in a recent letter from Mr. Payne, we are pleased to send you the Diesel-cab picture. Like Mr. Payne, we regret that there was some confusion in the handling of your original request. Jf we can be of further service :Ln any way, please 1B'b US know. Sincerely yours, THE PENKSYLVANIAK Il.fKILlKOAD l10FIl'ANY W f:l':NEll41l4 Cblflfll TIC ' ' E4 ZAVNE F F I W Sueunsan Svanon Bun.nmc. Theme JO Sinclair 'W' rv.-I. ..- '::1.'Lg1:t. ., .,.::.1::1..': 1 Hooooof, oooool o Colloeo Service Decenber 13, l95l, Mrs. Roslyn L. King Yearbook Advisor Manchester High School Manchester, Pa. Dear Mrs. King: We're happy to have the opportunity to assist you in your yearbook project. lkzclosed are several booklets and pictures which will give you an idea of how a railroad operates. You specifically asked about the titles of employes on a train. Each train crew is basically a five-man one--engineer, fireman, conductor and two brakemgn, sometimes called trainmen. One of the two brakunen is the flagnan of the train. The train is in charge of the conductor. ... -.. nt wheel f re.. Je In addition to this basic crew, there often is a baggage- man and when the train contains a mail car, there are a number of mail clerks who work :Ln it, sorting and dispatching mail as the train speeds along. Mail clerks are federal employes. On trains which have a diner, there is a steward in charge of the car and a number of waiters and chefs. When the train contains Pullmans there is a Pullman con- ductor and a porter for each Pullman. In some trains there are coach attendants to help coach passengers with their luggage and other miscellaneous little chores, On a long-distance train the train crews change frequently at division points. Train crews are paid on a mileage basis and a basic day's work for an engineer or fireman is 100 miles or less or 5 hours or less. For conductors and brakmen it is 150 miles or less or 75 hours or less. On a long-distance train, say from New York to Chicago, the employee working on it may number as high as ICD. I hope this will enable you to get off to an early start. II you need additional material, we will be very glad to assist you. Yours ve ' 5

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