|This is kind of a neat looking industrial complex that would look good on any New England layout. It might even make a great kit project for South River Modelworks.|
Some additional interesting information found on the web indicates one of the fourteen mills is reserved for rush orders, and ordinarily provides 24-hour service on carload lots. The mill location is not mentioned. This foresight of the management enabled it to provide Jell-O, one of its customers, with an increase of from six to seventeen carloads of containers a week on one week's notice. A 24-hour service for the manufacture of samples is regularly maintained. Modern dry-kilns are operated at three separate plants, and at all fourteen mills there is a large lumber supply in the yards at all times.
High-speed, self-feeding presses for printing on wood, either in black or in colour such as is printed on paper was available in each mill...George Dutka