Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1953 August
Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1953 August
Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1953 August
Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1953 August

Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1953 August

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L&N Employee Magazine Louisville & Nashville 1953 August
 
L&N Employee Magazine Louisville & Nashville 1953 August
CONTENTS
INSIDE DIESEL-CONFIDENTIAL!A layman's look at the diesel engine-throbbing heart of the diesel-electric locomotive, of which the Old Reliable now has 461 units, carrying most of the Road's passengers and freight M. J. RoBards 2
THE RAILROADS' "UNFINISHED SYMPHONY"Songs of the railroads, including many about the Old Reliable, have through the years become an integral part of the American way of life. Song writers are still contributing to this probably never-to-be-finished symphony of the rails Edison H. Thomas 6
STEEL SPOUTS FROM "BIG SID"With a splash of molten metal, production at Owensboro's newest industry, the Green River Steel Corporation's brand-new plant begins what might well eventually become the "Ruhr Valley of America" Rowland Stockk 10
FRIENDLY SERVICE SALUTES CUMBERLAND VALLEY DIVISIONOver 3,000 people at Loyall and Corbin help to ring down the curtain on a very successful and entertaining season J. E. McShane 32
AND OTHER FEATURES
FRIENDLY TIES  1
W. F. KENNEDY RETIRES-IS SUCCEEDED BY R. J. WAGNER 9
DID You KNOW THAT- 9
VETERAN FREIGHT AGENT RETIRES  12
RETIREMENTS END THREE COLORFUL AND INTERESTING CAREERS  13
HOME SHELTERS OFFER GOOD DEFENSE  13
"PORGY AND BESS" STAR IS ELLENENER  13
21 SUGGESTERS SCORE IN JULY  14
TWO-WAY RADIO INSTALLED AT PENSACOLA TERMINALS  15
WHAT THE PAPERS ARE SAYING  16
OUTLINES PROGRAM FOR CAREFUL CAR HANDLING  16
FLORIDA WATERMELONS MOVE "BACK TO THE RAILS"  17
YOUR RESERVE AND MINE Sergeant David Wells 18
CALLED TO THE COLORS  18
WASHINGTON VACATION ....By H. 0. Wise 19
OF FEMININE INTEREST  20
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRACKS  21
HEAD OF RAILROADING FAMILY PASSES  22
IT TAKES MONEY TO RUN A RAILROAD  23
U. A. R. V. TO MEET AT RICHMOND, VA 25
THE PAUSE THAT REWARDS  26
RAILROAD PRAISED FOR PART IN CORBIN'S GROWTH  29
NEWS OF THE CLUBS  30
U. S. TAXPAYERS GIVE AIR TRAVEL A LIFT 31
JOSEPH L. LENIHAN NAMED ASSISTANT TO GENERAL COUNSEL  34
SPORTS ON THE OLD RELIABLE  38
PASSENGER TRAFFIC-HELPERS  40
WHAT THE PAPERS ARE SAYING  41
MILITARY RAILWAY VETS TO MEET IN NEW ORLEANS  41
TRAFFIC-AIDERS  42
OUR FREIGHT BUSINESS  42
WISE AND OTHERWISE  43
ABOUT THE FAMILY  44

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