I don't know, Otto....I read the link you provided and it does indicate the company has nothing to do with the railroad. However, upon entering the building for my very first day on the job, within minutes I was approached by an employee who sold NYCM insurance and it didn't take him long to talk an 18-year old kid into signing up. If I recall, the premiums were taken out by payroll deduction. Maybe either the company or its salesmen took advantage of the name to dovetail it with the railroad. On the other hand even back then I would expect the railroad itself to take exception to someone using its name. New York may be the state, and Central may mean in the middle, but when put together and combined with a train logo, it seems like they'd be on thin legal ground. Maybe Larry or some of the other NYC guys can provide details.