CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 30, 1985
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Charleston, West Virginia) Efforts of Ross Rowland to revive steam engine's popularity in United States examined; his West Virginia operation cited as example Films shown [ROWLAND - believes steam is preferable economically to diesel.] Rel. between coal-powered trains and employment explained. [Winchester Coals, Incorporated chairperson Robt GIBSON - praises economic effect of steam trains.] [CSX, Chessie Systems chairperson Hayes T. WATKINS - is interested in acquiring steam engines if economics test out.]
REPORTER: Bob Simon
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