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Photo of SF@CSRy bucks the drifts from Colrain with carload of cider
SF@CSRy bucks the drifts from Colrain with carload of cider

SF&CSRy Number 10 has spent three hours bucking drifts from Colrain and arrives at Buckland rail yard. Motorman Greene was called out to deliver a carload of cider from the cider mills. The delivery will be transferred shortly to the freight house and a waiting New York, New Haven and Hartford express car. Before the day is out, the New Haven will deliver the cider to its ultimate destination: Norwalk, CT.
Buckland is a terminal with three railroads - the Boston and Maine, a New Haven branch from Northampton, and the Shelburne Falls and Colrain Street Railway to Colrain.

Photographed by David Goff, December 7, 1927.
Added to the photo archive by David Goff, December 10, 2003.
Railroad: Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum.

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