Friday, August 3, 2018

More Snow Woes in 1918


From the February 21, 2018, MidWeek   "Looking Back."

1918, 100 Years Ago.

"Motormen White and McCann of the DeKalb-Sycamore Interurban traction company lines have been off duty for a few days on account of illness.

"They were on duty much of the time when the cars were tied up in the snow banks and contracted heavy colds which got the upper hand of them."

Lots of Snow in the Winter of 1918.  --RoadDog

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