Re: Bangor & Aroostook 1927 Boxcar 61000 series
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Which nifty herald would that be? I can do a little research, but I don't see an illustration to point to the correct direction.
On Tuesday, June 12, 2018, 4:54:01 AM EDT, paul.doggett2472 via Groups.Io <paul.doggett2472@...> wrote:
Looking good RJ.
Paul Doggett England 🏴
One of the manufactured products made in Maine was clothes pins -
common item in your era. Your BAR box car could be delivering a load of
a warehouse. :-)
Another example is wooden Diamond Matches - those were made at a huge
mill in the
Duluth Superior area served by GN. Photos show dozens of freight cars at
a time, from
all over. Matches were extremely popular in those days.
Don't know what possessed a
western road guy to build a New England 1927 BAR SS boxcar (F&C
#6550), but I did. Nice little kit. I know nothing about the BAR,
any of your East Coasters know when the BAR started using that nifty
herald that came with the kit? (instructions don't say)
I model 1939.
All painted and waiting for decals (see attached).
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