Re: This is completely ON topic!


Ben Hom said:
PRR Class X29: ...the Pennsy
built 28,701 of them, and they showed up in every kind of freight and
passenger (as express cars) all over North America from 1924 into the 1960s.
You simply can't model a steam era freight train without at least one.
I'd vote with Ben. That's why the X29 was on the first Friends of the
Freight Car shirt. (and you thought I was an unrepentant teaser of SPFs...)

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