Re: Intermountain SP T&NO B-50-26 roof
In a message dated 3/31/2011 8:15:48 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
mike brock wrote:
OK. For Tony Thompson...although others are welcome to chime in. TheEverything I know and every document I can access says the IM
T&NO version is wrong. Moreover, all of the Class B-50-25 cars, having
been built during and after 1946, were built with a steel running
board (Morton or Apex). Photos show that this was the case even for
the earliest cars in the class, built in July 1946. The IM cars also
need a wide-seam door, available from Southwest models, the same
distinctive door as on the B-50-24 Overnight cars.
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