Two philosophical questions then:Kurt, please identify a single example.
2. If two cars were built the same day by two different shops for two different railroadsCan you identify a single example?
The point is that color shots of yards show many different color shades.
It's not that you shouldn't try to be in the "ballpark" of the railroad's
color for a car 1-5 years old, but I don't think you need to sweat it too
hard either, unless the car is fresh out of the shop!
I once posted two shots of the same car, same day, same roll of film --
two completely different colors. The only variable was sunlight. So what
color was the car? Answer: both colors!