Here are the industries in Richford that had their own dedicated siding tracks, or portions of a shared track, as of December, 1945
1. Atlas Plywood Co. (formerly Richford Mfg. Co.)
- Box Material Manufacturer - Manufacturer of plywood shipping crates
- 1,000 feet of track
2. Hilton F. Marcy
- Retail Grain and Building Supply Dealer (80 feet of the team track)
3. J. E. Martel Hay Dealer (50 feet of the team track)
4. Powell & Comings Co.
- Hardware and Fuel Dealer (80 feet of siding)
Not on the Central Vermont, but on the Canadian Pacific in Richford (and accounting for a fair amount of CV traffic) was the Quaker Oats Co. Feed Mill - here's an aerial view of the plant from the era modeled:
The 1959 List of Industries shows more detail - I'm not sure if there were actually more online customers, or if the compiler of the 1959 list was more diligent - I suspect it's the latter.
1. A. Deschenes
- Retail Feed, Fertilizer and Hay Dealer
2. H. P. Hood & Sons
3. Hilton F. Marcy
- Retail Grain and Building Supplies Dealer
4. Powell and Comings Co.
- Hardware and Fuel Dealer
5. Richford Grain Co.
- Retail Grain Dealer
6. Sweat Comings Co.
- Furniture Manufacturer
7. H. K. Webster Co. (formerly "Quaker Oats"
- On Canadian Pacific
- Wholesale Grain Miller and Dealer
I also know that Atlas Plywood burned down in late 1954.