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I have found two locks one made by Williams & Page that is marked ARR Also I have found a lock made by H C Jones marked K&P RR Can anyone tell me possibly which railroads if any these locks came from. Thankyou for any help Craig Curtis
-- Craig Curtis (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 11, 1999
About the K&P - This is a real long-shot, but it could be the "Kingston & Pembroke". This was a small Canadian road that ran from Kingston, Ontario to Renfrew, Ontario via Sharbot Lake. It eventually became a part of the Canadian Pacific. Piecemeal abandonment began in the late 1950's with the last segments (the extreme north and south ends)going sometime in the 1970's. It's a recreational trail today, administered by the Mississippi (no not that Mississippi - the Canadian Mississippi!) Valley Conservation Authority.
David R. Moat Almonte, Ontario, Canada
-- David R. Moat (email@example.com), January 26, 2000.
ARR is the reporting marks for the Alaska RR. I have no idea about the K&P RR lock. E-mail the guys at LANTER,LOCK,& KEY, they may be able to help.
-- Russell Underwood (Jay611@home.com), November 28, 1999.