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Jeffrey Coal Tipple
Description: This coaling station used a tipple made by the Jeffrey Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio, to fuel a locomotive owned by the Rock Island Railroad, ca. 1905. Jeffrey screens and crushers were used to process the coal to the proper size for use in a steam locomotive. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL01239
Subjects: Tipples; Ohio Economy--Economy--Business
Places: New York