Re: Gould Railroad Standard Wooden Cabooses -


jerryglow2
 

Plans and a scratch building article appeared in a very early issue of Mainline Modeler.

Jerry Glow

--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, Ed Hawkins <hawk0621@...> wrote:


On Jun 20, 2010, at 6:19 PM, mbcarson2002 wrote:

Visually, a photograph of Western Pacific 764 matches the MRM kit,
photographs of Missouri Pacific 333 - 369 series cabooses in Michels
"Cabooses of The Missouri Pacific Lines", and the drawings and
pictures in the Car Builders Dictionaries of 1916 and 1919. Plans in
Mainline Modeler Volume I Number 4 (Sept/Oct 1980) suggest other Gould
lines acquired similar, if not identical, cabooses.

Both the Car Builders Dictionaries and the Michels book give AC&F in
1911, as the builder of record.

Can anyone provide additional information, such as build lot numbers
or details on other operators?
Mike,
AC&F lot no. 5970 was an order for 25 Missouri Pacific cabooses
numbered 333-347 and 361-370. They were split due to MP 348-360
already being assigned. The order was placed on May 3, 1910, and the
cabooses were built at AC&F's plant at Jeffersonville, Indiana. Hope
this helps.
Regards,
Ed Hawkins




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