RAILWAYS: Loree Defeated

"The application should be denied, but without prejudice to resubmission with additional support and upon a record that will give broader consideration to the public interest."

So saying, a board of its experts laid a report before the Interstate Commerce Commission.

L. F. Loree, President of the Delaware & Hudson Railroad, recently laid a proposal before the Commission for the construction of a line, 283 miles long, from Allegheny City to Easton, Pa., at a cost of some 205 millions. The purpose of the proposal was to create a new trunk line...

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