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Title: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
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o supervisethe traffic, and to cooperate with both the producer anddairyman, as well as with the health departments. Themilk cars are regularly inspected and cleaned, nothingother than milk being carried in them; and every possiblemeasure is taken to safeguard the transportation of it.The management has also given dairying special promi-nence in the lecture tours conducted on its agriculturaltrains. Photographs accompanying this article were made atProvidence, on the Philadelphia Division of the Balti-more & Ohio. The car in the illustration picks up, atProvidence, from 75 to 125 ten-gallon cans, accordingto season, unloading a corresponding number of emptieswithin a few minutes. The milk depot at this point isthe first of its kind to be built on the road. These depotsare established in the country by the city dealers for thepurpose of encouraging dairying by the farmers. Theyare equipped with laboratories and every modern con-trivance for the handling of milk and are in charge of
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expert dairymen, who deal directly with the farmers.A number of them are now in use at various points on theBaltimore & Ohio, and others are being built. RAILROADING IN THE PHILIPPINE WAR L. W. ColsonBrakeman, Indiana Division THE Manila and Dagupan Railroad runs from thechief city of the Philippine Islands to Dagupan,one hundred and twenty miles north on theLingayan Gulf. Some of the country along the lineresembles the garden spots of Southern California, and soabundant is the vegetation that many places were tropi-cal paradises before the war. After the army had passedthrough, one soldier said it resembled the infernal regions.He was right. Leaving Tondo station in Manila the train runs northto Calookan, where the roundhouse, shops and yards arelocated. The next important point is Malolos, which wasthe capital of the Philippine Republic in 1898 and 1899.Other important stations are San • Fernando, Angeles,Tarlac and Bayambang. The road was built by an English company and opene
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