Thanks for the new info.
Looks like the rail road is very close to this plant !!
Just friended you, I just rec'd a new case from a trustee concerning interest in a parcel in Ashtabula. Wonder if you may know where this piece is or any other info.
Ron the tree poacher :')
A ,'Trustee' hailing from the City of Ashtabula inquiring of you about a property in the City of Ashtabula or some other Town / Township in Ashtabula County ?
What kind of 'Trustee' ?
Don't think I can help in your quest for more info. but, feel free to PM me with clarifications (if you think for some reason I may be able to).
It puzzles me why you think I may be able to assist ?
The railroad used to serve the 2 idled coal electric plants and a large rail yard is nearby. If water transport proves feasible Lake Erie is right there also.
A rail runs right thru Dorset and hauls tons of coal practically daily.
Coal said to be shipped via Lake Erie (so I've been told).
There's a spur in Dorset as well on Railroad Street.
Don't know if that would / could be put to use.
Some gas and oil action would certainly make a difference to little Dorset I would think.
From what I've been told Timber established Dorset in the beginning and then things got real quiet for a long time.
Anybody out there know ?
Thanks for taking the time to compile and post.
For me an interesting report.
I was told a while ago from a local that the train goes to Fremont Ohio. Do not know why.
Tracked it north on Google Earth and saw where a line splits off to the west and another continues north and then east to Ashtabula.