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Perintown Map, 1942
Posted to History of the Peavine Railroad Facebook Group by Jeff Wood, August 2, 2019. Description from post.

Here is a drawing of the Perintown siding and proposed extension of said siding from 1942. Also a page from an article about the CTC being installed on the Peavine around 1947, while the construction and re-routing of the old line east of Peebles was taking place. The page shows the east end of Perintown siding around 1947-48. None of the siding exist today. A side note as to why I posted this is for Preston Whitt. See the note inside the red box. I was pleasantly surprised to see this. Also on the article page, it shows the east end of the connection from the old line to the new line, which is at the west end of the bridge just east of Jay Bird road and the Peavine along route 73.
 
Location: Perintown, OH Date: 1/1/1942
Source: Jeff Wood Personal Collection
Photo ID: 2025
Photo Link: Click Here To See Original
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