Discussion of the past and present operations of the Long Island Rail Road.

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  by nyandw
 
Just received this photo of LIRR N52A hack #41 in a yard. The A.T.S.F. boxcars, also known as Map cars of the era were painted as such for a period from 1940 to 1947. I'll go with c.1948 (post war). Where do you folks think this is?
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  by Backshophoss
 
Hillside when it was a freight yard?
  by 4behind2
 
Queens Village Team Track
  by Kelly&Kelly
 
My vote's with old Hillside.
  by nyandw
 
Found out: Caboose #41 in Blake Ave. Yard, N. of New Lots Ave. on the Bay Ridge Branch. View E. Platform at right background is the New Lots Station of the BMT's Canarsie Line - c. 1948 Info/Archive: Dave Keller
  by Kelly&Kelly
 
You could fool anyone with that one!
  by nyandw
 
Thanks folks for the help... This was a tough one, for sure. :-) Added to the LIRR caboose roster: http://www.trainsarefun.com/lirr/lirrcabooseroster.htm
There are still "slots" to fill or better photos such as for LIRR C66 in its original livery in the 1960's. Thank you.
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