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In Years Past

July 28, 2013
The Post-Journal

In 1913, F.D. Evans, assistant to Receiver Bullock of the Jamestown, Chautauqua and Lake Erie Railroad, who had been spending several days in Jamestown on business for this road, announced that trackage arrangements had been completed in which the J.C.&L.E. passenger trains would now run into the Erie station. The passenger and ticket office would be moved to the Erie station and beginning the following day, unless some unforeseen obstacle was presented, the new arrangement would become effective. This meant that the little railroad would get an entrance to the heart of the city and all passenger trains would arrive and leave the Erie station.

 
 

 

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