N&W G3 gondolas


Bill Lane
 

All,



Which was closest to the PRR G26 or G26a, the N&W G3 or G3a? Does anyone
have good side shots showing the data - preferably builders photos of
preferably the G3 but I will settle for the G3a?



Please reply directly to bill@... with what you have. I can take
BIG emails so don't be shy on the file size.



Thank You,
Bill Lane

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