Re: Terms For Freight Car Parts
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You know everytime this subject comes up, and it does seem to be often (perhaps because I loathe it) I ask myself how does this improve/enhance my modeling?
I respect the use of the terms -- proper -- but when I am talking shop with the crew models terms see to mean and the use of the terms really don't improve the finished model. When I give a clinic I try to focus on the proper, likely because schools in.
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From: "Bob Chaparro via Groups.Io" <chiefbobbb@...>
Date: 8/24/19 11:52 PM (GMT-08:00)
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] Terms For Freight Car Parts
Well, your dissertation on the word "proper" is all well and good.
But I never used the word "proper" nor did anyone else in this discussion to date. But I do get your point.
I already knew the Master Car Builders preferred running board(s). Maybe somebody else has an authoritative reference for roof walk. (Athearn doesn't count.)
Sill step vs. stirrup I wasn't so certain about and you appear to have a strong reference source.
Somehow I got deleted from this group in late May. I guess someone didn't like me. Jail is a lonely place.