Duke Energy’s Charlotte, N.C., headquarters houses thousands of old photos from Florida to Ohio and Kentucky to the Carolinas. However, many of the photos are not properly identified. Help us improve our records by sending us your memories about the photos below. You can send us an email at email@example.com, and please include the photo number or attach the image.
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Photo 219: What year and model is this Nashville Gas service truck? Do you have any idea where it’s parked?
Photo 230: We think this photo from the Duke Power collection is from a storm response in 1967. Do you know where it is or if our guess is correct?
Photo 233: This is a Public Service Indiana portable transformer. Any guesses on the make, model or year of the truck?
Photo 234: Do you recognize this Cinergy meter reader? Is the technology a clue to the time period?
Duke Energy employee Brook Knutson thinks the Nashville Gas truck from photo 217 is a 1956 Ford F-250. He based his estimate on the front fender flare form, embossment around wheel well, wrap-around windshield glass, flat rear cab glass, and right side fuel fill on cab. He also took note of the dates printed on the truck bed box.