--- In STMFC@..., "Dave Schroedle" <hummerdaves@...> wrote:
--- In STMFC@..., Richard Hendrickson <rhendrickson@> wrote:
Not being that knowledgeable with what they look like it would help in locating additional photos and the trucks in H.O scale.
On May 8, 2009, at 12:30 PM, Brian Chapman wrote:
Wonder if someone might know what the most common freight carThe most common trucks in the 1950s were plain journal ASF A-3 Ride
trucks were in use during the 1950s (and into the '60s) - type,
Control and Barber Stabilized S-2.
Wheelbase was 5'6" on 50 ton trucks,
5'8" on many 70 ton trucks. The ASF A-3 design was developed by
American Steel Foundries and the Barber S-2 originated with the
Standard Car Truck Co., but both designs were licensed to a number of
Mr Hendrickson, would there be a source for photos of these trucks?
Dave: If you don't mind a reply from me instead of Richard, try going to the Walthers website, advanced search, HO, trucks and couplers. There you will find lots of trucks, some precisely labelled and some less so. In the search terms enter the name of the truck you are searching for. No brand name is neccessary. Many of them are illustrated with photographs.