FW: [firstname.lastname@example.org] Bulson Street
Michael DiMunno <JJMDIMUNNO@...>
From: Bill Lane [mailto:bill@...]
Sent: Saturday, February 02, 2008 6:59 PM
Subject: [members@...] Bulson Street
Thanks for the reply. OK, if this is true, then what was the advantage of the car float service with the Delair Bridge only a few miles north? I would think that the bridge would be a much more practical to cross the river.
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I believe the other( Philly) end was Port Richmond. This is the former Reading route. For many years the Bulson Street Yard switcher was a one of a kind Alco. One of my memories of the car floats was the fishing of a box car out of the Delaware River. I noticed it as I crossed into Camden on a trip home one warm evening.
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