Re: NYC 710648

John Barry

Thanks Seth,

Interesting how different roads did things differently, lots vs class, Dashes in classes, or not.  So much to learn about so many things.  That sounds like a reasonably straight forward kit bash to achieve the 14 panels from the 15 panel car.  The LCM with the removed deck house and ramp are not so straight forward, at least in HO.  Very easy and inexpensive in 1/72.
John Barry

ATSF North Bay Lines
Golden Gates & Fast Freights


3450 Palmer Drive, Suite 4224
Cameron Park, CA 95682

From: "lakinsa@... [STMFC]"
To: STMFC@...
Sent: Friday, June 20, 2014 4:58 PM
Subject: [STMFC] Re: NYC 710648


>Can any of you NYC guys help me with some modeling info for the NYC 710648?  
John, There is not model of the NYC lot 702-G gondolas. If you want to truly recreate the model, I would start with the Proto 2000 52'6" Greenville gondola, sand off the ribs and start with styrene strips archer rivet decals for new ribs. The overall dimensions are fairly close. I would have to dig one of my kits out, but I believe that the kits came with two styles of ends, one of which matches the 702-G end. Decals, here again there is not a set that I know of that are a exact match, but could be pieced together from Komar HO-325 NYC War Emergency Gons (lot 723-G) or CDS 537 NYC 52' Gon (lot 791-G) dry transfers.
As for class designations, there was none on the NYC, only lot numbers.
Seth Lakin
Michigan City IN
NYCSHS Modeler's Committee Member

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