Work on both trucks for Leonardís M & O subway car No. l has been completed. The trucks were degreased, derusted, primed, and painted black. The two trucks will be put in storage until needed for attachment to the carbody.
The stealing of copper and aluminum off NTHT and T property located on the Tís south lower lot has apparently stopped. This immediately followed the arrest of a homeless man accused of murdering another homeless man. It is believed that the man arrested was the culprit that destroyed the rectifier by gradually taking it apart and selling the copper and aluminum for scrap.
NTHT volunteers are now assisting the Burleson Heritage Foundation in their restoration of freight motor 330. This particular freight motor operated over the Tarrant County Traction Company lines from Ft. Worth to Cleburne. The car originally operated on parent company NTTC and returned to NTTC when the Cleburne line ceased operation. Volunteer workdays are normally on Mondays.
Final payment was submitted for the purchase of NTTC freight motor 333. The car remains in storage under the pole barn where it has resided for decades. There are no plans to move the car at this time.