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Hello all,

I recently obtained this bottle and was wondering if it is assoc with the Sante Fe railroad. It has a light blue tint. Also would like to know what was served in it and what time frame this is from. I am a railroad enthusiast and my sister is a Coca Cola enthusiast. So, if it serve Coke, then will probably give it to her. Thanks for any info that can be provided.
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Hello all,

I recently obtained this bottle and was wondering if it is assoc with the Sante Fe railroad. It has a light blue tint. Also would like to know what was served in it and what time frame this is from. I am a railroad enthusiast and my sister is a Coca Cola enthusiast. So, if it serve Coke, then will probably give it to her. Thanks for any info that can be provided.
What makes you suspicion there is a RR connection?
 

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Hello all,

I recently obtained this bottle and was wondering if it is assoc with the Sante Fe railroad. It has a light blue tint. Also would like to know what was served in it and what time frame this is from. I am a railroad enthusiast and my sister is a Coca Cola enthusiast. So, if it serve Coke, then will probably give it to her. Thanks for any info that can be provided. View attachment 242168View attachment 242169
Check out earlier Fred Harvey bottles on the site. I definitely get the RR connection. Not rare but interesting.
 

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Check out earlier Fred Harvey bottles on the site. I definitely get the RR connection. Not rare but interesting.
Thanks for the suggestion. I did notice one difference in the other posts from the one I have. The bottle I have has “Registered” on it. So I am now wondering what that means if anything. More back to the Coke question. Would water be in the non-registered but in the registered version. Or maybe just a different year issued.
 

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From what I know, Coca Cola had their own Bottling Plant in Newton Kansas. So there Hobble Skirt Coke Bottles were made there from 1915 up into the 1950s. Coke put the City And/or State on Bottom of Bottles. In this case Fred Harvey Newton on bottom of Bottle. LEON.

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