Re: PS-0 end drawings needed


Brian Carlson
 

PS-0 was coined by modelers, I think John Nehrich was the first. PS-0 usually refers to the Pullman Standard cars built in the late 30 early 40’s. The WLE had some built in February 1940 that passed to the NKP. These ends were called car builders corrugated ends by the WLE and NKP. PS-0 is one of those terms that should go away.



Brian J. Carlson, P.E.

Cheektowaga, NY



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Can you define a PS-0 car? . . . the last of their riveted box cars? . . . like the C&O 14000-14999 40' 6" box cars? Did P-S advertise a PS-0 car?

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