Sunday, March 11, 2018
Grasse River Railroad "Coach"
This little coach of the Grasse River R.R.was built on the chassis of a discarded 1906-vintage Thomas Flyer by Roy O. Sykes. It was called “Rolliam” for Roy and William Sykes of the family who owned the railroad which was part of the Emporium Forestry Co. For many years it was on display at Rail City.
By Richard Palmer - March 11, 2018
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