Re: Piedmont & Northern Caboose
Frank Valoczy <destron@...>
The Greenwood Railroad Historical Center
is at 106 Main Street in Greenwood, SC. According to the website,
they're open Saturdays 11 to 4 April through October, "weather
permitting", $5 for adults, $2 for kids/seniors/students.
I too would be very interested in seeing photos of the P&N caboose (as
well as the P&N office car that's at Greenwood museum ("Carolina"),
and the interurban car #2102), especially if there could be detail
photos to make a good model with!
Eric, if you want info on the P&N's freight cars, please look at not
the last but the issue before last, that has part one of a P&N freight
car article, covering boxcars; part two will follow in the next issue
to come out, and will cover all other freight cars plus MoW - no
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, Bob McCarthy <thesupplycar@...> wrote:
startedon the research immediately.
of his favorite line to put on the mantle of his fire place. Hence, I ambuild the
requested model, helping me with both wife and father-in-law!the SE.
Behalf Of Bob
do you need.Luckily I am
married to a woman who has riddden in steam engine cabs as a child. Shewill
say while having dinner, "You know we need to start a communter linefrom
Newberry, SC to Columbia, SC."the Senior
Conductor on The Southern Cresent when he retired, with a GreatGrandfather
Alonzo Lowe who was an engineer for a line that the Southern absorbed.museum.
We will get everything we can for you.preferably
during the early part of the 20th Century. I have checked the P&Nbook, but
the photo in it is not very helpful. I know that there is a preserveddo not
have a photo of any of the equipment on the webpage. Does anyone have awould be