Re: Tennessee Central Yard Art: Extant 7900 series 1937 AAR boxcar

William Keene <wakeene@...>


I am driving up that way this afternoon. Can you provide a more
accurate location than just four blocks from the OWS? Using the shop as
the center point this would mean a 64 square-block search area.

-- Bill Keene
Irvine, CA

On Nov 26, 2005, at 7:47 AM, Peter J. McClosky wrote:

There is an old AT&SF ice reefer about 4 blocks from the Original
Whistle Stop, in Pasadena, CA.

It is off its trucks and being used as a storage shed.

Peter J. McClosky
Garrett W. Rea wrote:

> --- In STMFC@..., "Garrett Rea" <Garrett.Rea@w...>
> > This car supposedly came out of the Monterrey, TN area.  There
> a few
> > that floated around Crossville, TN (the home of Al Westerfield)
> a while
> > but no one knows what happened to them in the past 10 years.
> Just got this from James:
> "Burl and I made up to X-ville today to look for those other four TC
> boxcars.
>   Even after talking to C. Cook Wednesday and feeling like I had a
> pretty
> good idea where they were, we couldn't find them.  I am afraid they
> have
> went the way of the TC caboose up in KY..."
> Oh well.  At least we found one, we have been lucky recently in
> finding old boxcars in Tennessee with the amazingly intact L&N 1937
> AAR car we found this spring and the 32' foot steel NC&StL XM-32 the
> year before.
> Later today, I will post a larger photo of the TC boxcar in the
> file overflow group.
> Garrett Rea
> Nashville, TN

Peter J. McClosky
Formerly of Los Angeles, CA
Now Living in Eugene, Oregon

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