1945_03_10_Cinti Enquirer_Page 2_Few Changes
FEW CHANGES 111 Flood Schedules Of Railroads As Water Recedes Slowly Some 15. & 0. Lines Resume Regular Runs. Receding floodwaters in the Ohio Valley permitted few changes in emergency railroad service to Cincinnati yesterday. Most roads maintained the service that had been In effect since the Ohio River reached its crest of 69.2 feet Wednesday afternoon, but the Baltimore & Ohio announced the re- fiift nf ratnilni anrvIrA nn Pertain Of, The B. & O. resuroed regular service on its Clncinnati-Columbus-Wheeling-Plttsburgh Division from the Oakley station in Cincinnati. Officials of the road announced that trains No. 12 and No. 4, leaving Oakley station at 9:07 a. m. and 10:25 p. m. would operate regularly to Chillicothe, Athens, Parkersburg, Washington and intermediate points. The trains will operate from Oakley station until the B. & O. line to the Union Terminal is open. Other railroads reported no changes in their flood schedules. Officials of the Pennsylvania tomorrow, the She present. honor. T? d i 1 rrto A AiannaaA hd r a fr&vYli of 40 cars, which left Cincin-lP Q natl Tuesday for Columbus, had been caught In the flood along Wooster Pike near Plainville on the Little Miami River. The stalled cars are under guard, they said.