Re: Looking for...

Ray Breyer

Caboose 1200, ca.1910 - no logo
Boxcar 25611, ca.1918 - no logo
Boxcar 25560, ca.1915 - no logo
Boxcar 25500 (PSCC builder's photo) ca.1909 - no logo
Boxcar 25933 (ACF builder's photo) 9/1912 - no logo
Boxcar 26307 ca.1925 - no logo
Ballast car 1473 (ACF builder's photo) 1/1906 - no logo
Gondola 33382, ca.1920 - no logo
Gondola 35300, ca.1918 - no logo
Gondola 40000 (SSCC builder's photo) 1/1913 - no logo
Hopper 5252, ca.1930 - no logo
Hopper 8000 (SSCC builder's photo), 9/1911 - no logo
Hopper 14965, 1/5/1919 - no logo
Hopper 19659, ca.1935 - no logo
Hopper 19563, ca.1939 - no logo
Hopper 66516, ca.1923 - no logo
Stock car 23140, ca.1920 - no logo

The earliest dateable photo I have for any WM freight car with a herald is 1939.

Ray Breyer
Elgin, IL

On Thursday, July 30, 2020, 08:28:41 PM CDT, Eric Hansmann <eric@...> wrote:

I’ve got a builders photo of a double-sheathed 36-ft WM boxcar with a fish belly center sill. It’s a Standard Steel Car Company product built in 1905. There isn’t an emblem on the car. 

Eric Hansmann
Murfreesboro, TN

On Jul 30, 2020, at 8:12 PM, San Antonio & San Francisco <sanantonio-sanfrancisco@...> wrote:

Hey Y'all,

I need some help. I'm in the hunt for 1900-1914 Western Maryland rolling stock photos, in particular, boxcars, that have the Western Maryland Button Logo, which is the MW inside a circle. if you have a picture of any rolling stock, would you please kindly share.

Thank you,

Levi Matthews

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