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The Kellog's Branch is CSX's service spur to Amsterdam, New York's Edson Street Industrial Park. At one time, she was known as The Amsterdam, Chuctanunda & Northern Railroad, a private enterprise run by The New York Central Railroad. It's function was first constructed in order to serve the Kellogg & Miller Linseed OIl works, but eventually was extended to several carpet mills located around the city. As time went by, the railroad became a spur line of the New York Central and was later known as the Kellogg's Branch. During it's Penn Central days it was known as the Kellogg Industrial Track. The track has been cut back to serve one customer and documents were sent out to announce that the name has been changed to The Kellog's Branch.

Perhaps the "G" was lost to Koenigsegg, the Swedish car company in some weird PDF conversion gone wrong or maybe that's where the extra "G" in 4G came from.

 
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