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C&S No. 60

I agree with Shane's comments. The presence of the coach in the consist is another clue. In the final years a coach was not a usual part of this "mixed train." Any passengers, most likely railfans by that time, rode in the caboose or, if they wished, in an open freight car. This was told to me years ago by the late Richard Kindig.

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