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Article from March 16, 1921 issue of "Railway Age" describing a new type of electric cinder plant by the Roberts and Schaefer Company (R&S) of Chicago, IL, that was the product of several years of experimentation with installations of this type of cinder plant on the Norfolk & Western (N&W) Railway and the Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis. Article includes elevation drawing of the cinder plant installation.
 
Article from March 16, 1921 issue of "Railway Age" describing a new type of electric cinder plant by the Roberts and Schaefer Company (R&S) of Chicago, IL, that was the product of several years of experimentation with installations of this type of cinder plant on the Norfolk & Western (N&W) Railway and the Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis. Article includes elevation drawing of the cinder plant installation.
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Article from March 16, 1921 issue of "Railway Age" describing a new type of electric cinder plant by the Roberts and Schaefer Company (R&S) of Chicago, IL, that was the product of several years of experimentation with installations of this type of cinder plant on the Norfolk & Western (N&W) Railway and the Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis. Article includes elevation drawing of the cinder plant installation.