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Toledo Photographic ServiceThis black and white photograph shows an aerial view of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad.No other description is provided from the Repository, Toledo Lucas County Public Library Ottawa Yard?Christine-John Yontz: This is Wallbridge yard. At the bottom left of the photo is the PRR line from Tiffin coming in and in the background you can see the cars at the Toledo and Ohio Central's yard (Stanley Yd, not sure if was called that back then). The coaling tower is where the modern day car shop is (still in use?) and if you look and Google maps you can still see some of the track from the roundhouse south of the car shop. Again, most of the tracks in this photo are gone in Wallbridge yard.
Matthew S. Smith: Was there always a hump? It almost looks as if there is no hump yet.
Jim Sank: Matthew S. Smith hump is out of view to the left
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