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The Bull Sheet

May 1991


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CSXT's Main Line Subdivision between Cumberland, Md., and Connellsville, Pa., by way of Sand Patch, is now known as the Keystone Subdivision.

John Ott has been named executive director of the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore. He was formerly the executive director of the Atlanta Historical Society.

May 1 is the startup for MARC service between Perryville and Baltimore. There will be three southbound trains in the morning and four northbound trains in the evening, and the trains will operate to and from Washington.

Amtrak has placed an order with Bombardier Inc. for 140 new Superliner cars with delivery beginning in 1993.

The amount of fuel required for CSXT to move 1000 gross tons per mile was 1.39 gallons in March 1991 compared to 1.47 gallons in February and 1.58 gallons in January. March was the second month of the comany's Operation Train Pacing program.

Children up to age 15 may now travel for half-fare on Amtrak.

May 1 is the 20th anniversary of Amtrak.