File:The Hump Speeder crew - late 1940.jpg

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The Hump Speeder crew - late 1940s? Homer Rice, Pettie Brown and Mr. Myers. Ms. Brown drove the speeder, which transported crewmen back to the Eastbound Hump.

(From the Myer Kaplon Photo Collection at the Brunswick Community Library; Frederick County Public Libraries)

Reuben Moss: that is the Eastbound Hump Tower in the backgroud, it was located near the center of the yard that was where 84 lumber is now and controlled the switches in that yard like WB controlled the mainline switches.

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