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Dayton Union Railway 1978 Gloss Poster

Dayton Union Railway 1978 Gloss Poster

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The Dayton Union Railway Company was a unified railroad operation jointly owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad, New York Central, Baltimore & Ohio, and Erie. The unified operations began in 1932 and allowed all four companies equal access to Dayton's union station via its four-track mainline. The Company Transferred all operations to Conrail in July of 1977 and the Union Station closed to passenger traffic one year later.

This print is a composition of information found in the 1976 revision of the rulebook and 1977, '78, '79 Conrail track charts.

Material: 185 gsm high-gloss poster paper
Three sizes to choose from
Assembled in the USA from globally sourced parts
Each poster features a white 0.2'' border with a small barcode

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