Re: [CAJON] Evolution of the Richmond Sand House
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your blog is very enjoyable, thank you!
I was lucky enough, after some pestering, to obtain a Mountaneer kit of
the San Bdno sand house, in N scale no less, and look forward to
building it. Even have a spot for it on my layout...
Regards, Otto K.
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Subject: [CAJON] Evolution of the Richmond Sand House
Featured in a previous post with SP gons in ATSF sand service, I've
documented the history and evolution of the Richmond CA Sand House
through three incarnations during the steam era. It is a summation of
information from disparate sources from the CA state archives to
Kachina Press. Enjoy!
ATSF North Bay LinesGolden Gates & Fast Freights
3450 Palmer Drive, Suite 4224Cameron Park, CA 95682