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Hobbs, M. K. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 27, Number 10 (Aug. 1926)

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               MIGHTY power is, given
               to the locomotive engineer,
               whose hand keeps his thun-
               dering steed in leash. But a
               hundred times that power
               rests in the hand of the dis-
 THE SELECTOR patcher guiding the move-
 Heart of the ments of a hundred trains.
 train control The dispatcher is the cen-
ter of it all, with a Western Electric tele-
phone before him and Western Electric
telephones in every way-station, in sidings
along the right-of-way and within reach of
train crews and track inspectors.
  Safe railroad travel is due to the alertness
of many men, aided by dependable equip-
ment. Western Electric railroad telephones
make possible quick and accurate train dis-
patching and the safeguarding of lives.
ELECTRICAL  EQUIPMENT
t
t
I
    The dispatcher at his telephone.
    controlling the movement of
    trains over long distances, West-
ern Electric railroad telephones
   and train dispatching equipment
   are made by the makers of your
   telephone.
SI N CE -1869 M AK E RS O F
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