by Rockingham Racer
In another forum there's a discussion about hauling produce. I once saw a PBS documentary on the Salad Bowl Express which--if I rememer correctly--ran on Conrail as the NPSE, and at Selkirk, it got split: some went to Hunts Point Ave. in the Bronx [on SEOP?], and some went east on the B&A. Is that job still running? UP still runs lots of reefers, and they have a "perishable" designation on those trains [eg. QFRNPP]. Just wondering. It was coast-to-coast service. It might have been early in the run-through power arrangement, too.