Scales

1
The weigh-in-motion scale at Denholm on the Pittsburgh Line, milepost 155. Mostly the same as it was under Conrail I believe.
2

FGWX 200000 former NBS 200000 calibrating the Reading Master Scale. Weight used so far 50,000lbs. Buggy weighs 10,000 as does each weight. Buggy and weights are maintained at the National Bureau of Standards facility Clearing IL.

Conrail Scale Inspector Gerry Davis (without hat) and FGIS Inspector Ben Banks discuss the next procedure. Large building was the Reading Co. Carpenter Shop.

3
The Scalehouse sat behind the station along the line to Burnham and Standard Steel. No longer exists.
4
The Scalehouse sat behind the station along the line to Burnham and Standard Steel. No longer exists.
5
Portland, Pa yard office and scale. Was used until the installation of the Allentown Hump Scale.

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