Re: Are conductor's lists of interest?
Thanks for posting that example of a Conductor's List. That is the first time I had seen one. Very valuable piece of history for a serious rail fan/prototype operator. I hope that others who may have such documents are as willing to share with the group. I would be especially interested in seeing such a document from the CB&Q in the mid 50's to the mid 60's. Maybe someone from this group or the CB&Q group would be willing to post something.
Is VT for Virginia Tech? My daughter-in -law has a masters in music performance from Virginia Tech. She can plat almost every instrument you hand her as long as she has some sheet music. She currently works at a college in the Chicago area and I have seen her on stage playing the piano as accompaniment as well as several percussion instruments. Amazing talent.
Later, Dave Sarther Tucson, AZ
From: Dave Bott dbott@... [STMFC]
Sent: Sun, May 25, 2014 1:06 pm
Subject: Re: [STMFC] Are conductor's lists of interest?
I posted an example PDF from the conductor train book in the files section (see Southern Railway Trains) folder. This way any volunteers can use this as a reference. I hope to provide the transcribed info in that folder later. Then I can ask about the individual cars and how I might model them.
I have 4 transcription volunteers to-date. I am tracking who gets what. Send me a note offlist if you wish to help.
dbott at vt.edu