Mix-up on the Ripley Mixed

When things went bump on the B&O one night, it was providential that no passengers were aboard

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It was dark and cold on the night of January 4, 1960, when Baltimore & Ohio train 961 arrived at Ripley, W.Va., the Jackson Count seat at the far extremity of a thinly trafficked 12.3-mile branch line from Millwood on the Ohio River. This should ...

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