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Re: Hagley Museum

rwitt_2000
 

Another one from Hagley. I don't recall ever seeing a PRR round roof with reinforcing panels.

Does anyone have additional information?

Bob Witt

http://digital.hagley.org/islandora/object/islandora:2362115


A few freight cars off to the right . . .

Schuyler Larrabee
 


Re: asphalt tank cars

Clark Propst
 

Anyone know where I can find info on the trailer used to heat the material and pump it out of the car?
Clark Propst
Mason City Iowa


Re: Hagley Museum: Leaky utlx tank car #4068, angular view

rwitt_2000
 

I am sure this photo has been referenced before, but a nice shot anyway of post patches by the PRR.

Bob Witt

Freight car post patches | Hagley Digital Archives

 


Moving freight cars with team of horses

Claus Schlund \(HGM\)
 


Leaky utlx tank car #4068, angular view

Claus Schlund \(HGM\)
 

Hi,

Some might enjoy this image...

http://digital.hagley.org/islandora/object/islandora%3A2363333

Claus Schlund


Re: All-Time Yankee Clipper & Speedwitch kit lists

Bill Welch
 

Very Impressive Clark, thank you.
Bill Welch


Re: All-Time Yankee Clipper & Speedwitch kit lists

Clark Cooper
 

Speedwitch Kit List (pieced together from the Wayback Machine):

K100.1 SOU 41'6" low side gondola single rib end
K100.2 SOU 41'6" low side gondola double rib end
K101.1 SP 48'6" gondola G-50-13
K101.2 PE 48'6" gondola G-50-13
K102.1 NH 17200 series welded flat car
K102.2 NH 17200 series welded flat car, TOFC version
K103.1 NP 5000 series 50' SS box car, KC brakes
K103.2 NP 5000 series 50' SS box car, AB brakes
K104.1 CN 36' Fowler Patent box car with KC brakes
K104.2 CN 36' Fowler Patent box car with AB brakes
K105.1 MKT 76001-77500 (1923 by ACF) SS Box with Murphy roof/National door; black lettering for chrome yellow car
K105.2 MKT 76001-77500 (1923 by ACF) SS Box with Murphy roof/National door; white lettering for box car red car
K105.3 MKT 95000-95499 (1925 by Mt. Vernon) SS Box with Hutchins roof/Camel door; black lettering for chrome yellow car
K105.4 MKT 95000-95499 (1925 by Mt. Vernon) SS Box with Hutchins roof/Camel door; black lettering for box car red car
K105.5 MKT 95500-95999 (1925 by Mt. Vernon) and 96000-96499 (1926 by M-K-T) SS Box with Hutchins roof/National door; black lettering for chrome yellow car
K105.6 MKT 95500-95999 (1925 by Mt. Vernon) and 96000-96499 (1926 by M-K-T) SS Box with Hutchins roof/National door; white lettering for box car red car
K106.1 CB&Q XM-25/26 Single Sheathed Box Car
K106.2 FW&D XM-25 Single Sheathed Box Car
K106.3 C&S XM-26 Single Sheathed Box Car
K107.1 CofG 50' 1-1/2 Door Box Car - As built 1937 with Square Corner Ends
K107.2 CofG 50' 1-1/2 Door Box Car - As built 1942, 1944 with Round Corner Ends and Apex Tri-Lok Running Board
K107.3 CofG 50' 1-1/2 Door Box Car - As built 1942, 1944 with Round Corner Ends and U.S. Gypsum Expanded Metal Running Board
K108.1 Soo Line “Sawtooth” single sheathed box car KC brakes
K108.2 Soo Line “Sawtooth” single sheathed box car AB brakes
K109.1 Wabash Single Sheathed Auto Car Murphy ends, wood doors
K109.2 Wabash Single Sheathed Auto Car Murphy ends, top-supported steel doors
K109.3 Wabash Single Sheathed Auto Car Dreadnaught ends, bottom-supported steel doors
K110 AA 40' Single Sheathed Box & Automobile Cars
K111.1 PM 88000-series Single Sheathed Auto Car
K111.2 C&O (ex-PM) 288000-series Single Sheathed Auto Car
K112 B&LE 1937 AAR box car 7'3" door
K113.1 UP B-50-38 Postwar box car - white stencils, yellow slogans (Streamliners/All the West), etched Apex Tri-Lok running board, etched Wine ladders, pre-War Youngstown doors
K113.2 UP B-50-38 Postwar box car - white stencils, yellow slogans (Streamliners/All the West), etched U.S. Gypsum running board, etched Wine ladders, pre-War Youngstown doors
K113.3 UP B-50-39 Postwar box car - white stencils, yellow slogans (Streamliners/All the West), etched Apex Tri-Lok running board, post-War Improved Youngstown doors
K113.4 UP B-50-39 Postwar box car - white stencils, yellow slogans (Streamliners/All the West), etched U.S. Gypsum running board, post-War Improved Youngstown doors
K113.5 UP B-50-39 Postwar box car - yellow stencils and slogans (Streamliners/All the West), etched Apex Tri-Lok running board, post-War Improved Youngstown doors
K113.6 UP B-50-39 Postwar box car - yellow stencils and slogans (Streamliners/All the West), etched U.S. Gypsum running board, post-War Improved Youngstown doors
K113.7 UP B-50-38/39 Postwar box car - yellow stencils and slogans (Streamliners/Be Specific), etched Apex Tri-Lok running board, includes both doors
K113.8 UP B-50-38/39 Postwar box car - yellow stencils and slogans (Streamliners/Be Specific), etched U.S. Gypsum running board, includes both doors
K114.1 WP “interim” AAR box car with etched Wine ladders, white stenciling and Feather River emblem (as delivered - late 1940s)
K114.2 WP “interim” AAR box car with etched Wine ladders, silver stenciling and Feather River emblem (late 1940s+)
K114.3 KCS “interim” AAR box car with etched Wine ladders
K114.4 ATSF Bx-26 “interim” AAR box car with Duryea underframe and “The Grand Canyon Line” slogan/straight map
K114.5 ATSF Bx-26 “interim” AAR box car with Duryea underframe and “The Scout” slogan/straight map
K114.6 ATSF Bx-26 “interim” AAR box car with Duryea underframe and “El Capitan” slogan/straight map
K114.7 ATSF Bx-26 “interim” AAR box car with Duryea underframe and “The Super Chief” slogan/straight map
K114.8 ATSF Bx-26 “interim” AAR box car with Duryea underframe and “The Chief” slogan/straight map
K115.1 N&W Class B-4/B-4A 50' Box Car with Rounded Roof (ex-Pocahontas Models no. 105.)
K115.2 N&W Class B-4 50' Box Car with Murphy Panel Roof (ex-Pocahontas Models no. 110.)
K116 N&W Class G-5 Gondola (ex-Pocahontas Models kit no. 115.)
K117 CB&Q XA-9 50' Single Sheathed Automobile Car
K118 SP/T&NO Class A-50-4 40' Single Sheathed Auto Car - As refurbished 1934
K119 NP 52′ Straight Side Sill Flat Car
K120.1 NS 1932 ARA Box Car
K121.1 Erie 70000-series Rebuilt Box Cars
K122.1 NATX Pressed Steel Car Company Tank Car
K122.2 AESX Pressed Steel Car Company Tank Car – A. E. Staley
K127 Georgia Railroad Rebuilt USRA 50-ton Box Car
K128 GN 53000-series Stock Car

K? UP B-50-24/B-50-27 box car w/ underframe (can't find this one)


KC101 SP B-50-25 conversion kit
KC102A B&O M-26D/E box car early versions (1928-1955) - includes resin underframe and decals
KC102B B&O M-26D/E box car late versions (1955-1960s incl. Timesaver and Sentinel schemes) - includes resin underframe and decals
KC102XA B&O M-26D/E box car early versions (1928-1955) - includes undecorated Red Caboose ARA box car kit, resin underframe and decals
KC102XB B&O M-26D/E box car late versions (1955-1960s incl. Timesaver and Sentinel schemes) - includes undecorated Red Caboose ARA box car kit, resin underframe and decals
KC103.1 NATX Pressed Steel Car Co. 8,000 gallon Tank Car, North American
KC103.2 AESX Pressed Steel Car Co. 8,000 gallon Tank Car, A. E. Staley, white tank with black lettering, late 1940s - 1950s
KC103.3 AESX Pressed Steel Car Co. 8,000 gallon Tank Car, A. E. Staley, orange tank with black lettering, early 1950s - early 1960s
KC104.1X GM&O 35200 series Auto Cars
KC105.1 Wabash Postwar AAR Box Car blt. 1947-1948 (nos. 88000-88199 and 88700-89299)
KC105.2 AA Postwar AAR Box Car blt. 1947 (nos. 68000-68049)
KC105.3 Wabash Modified 1937 AAR Box Car blt. 1942, 1944 (nos. 8600-86874 and 88700-89299), also NJI&I 4100-4149
KC106.1X P&WV Postwar AAR Box Car
KC107.1 MEC 're-roofed' ARA Box Car Murphy rectangular panel roof
KC107.2 MEC 're-roofed' ARA Box Car Murphy diagonal panel roof
KC107.3 LNE 're-roofed' ARA Box Car Murphy diagonal panel roof
KC108.1 ATSF Bx-44 - “The Grand Canyon Line” slogan/straight map, Morton Open Grip running board plus Branchline undecorated postwar AAR box car kit
KC108.2 ATSF Bx-44 - “The Scout” slogan/straight map, U.S. Gypsum running board plus Branchline undecorated postwar AAR box car kit
KC108.3 ATSF Bx-44 - “El Capitan” slogan/straight map, U.S. Gypsum running board plus Branchline undecorated postwar AAR box car kit
KC108.4 ATSF Bx-44 - “The Super Chief” slogan/straight map, Apex Tri-Lok running board plus Branchline undecorated postwar AAR box car kit
KC108.5 ATSF Bx-44 - “The Chief” slogan/straight map, Apex Tri-Lok running board plus Branchline undecorated postwar AAR box car kit
KC109.1 Erie Postwar AAR Box Car - Apex Tri-Lok running board plus Branchline undecorated postwar AAR box car kit
KC109.2 Erie Postwar AAR Box Car - U.S. Gypsum running board plus Branchline undecorated postwar AAR box car kit
KC110.1 L&N Postwar AAR Box Car with prewar Youngstown corrugated steel doors and U.S. Gypsum running board
KC110.2 L&N Postwar AAR Box Car with Superior doors and Apex Tri-Lok running board
KC110.3 L&N Postwar AAR Box Car with Improved Youngstown steel doors and Apex Tri-Lok running board
KC111.1 SOU Postwar AAR Box Car - Superior doors
KC111.2 SOU Postwar AAR Box Car - Youngstown doors


-Clark Cooper

On Sep 9, 2016, at 12:04 PM, fgexbill@... [STMFC] wrote:

Does anyone have All-Time kit lists Yankee Clipper & Speedwitch resin kits. Before you ask YES I am aware that YC and F&C are substantially the same kits. Big difference in instruction and decals.



Thank you

Bill Welch


Re: Data on AB air reservoir

Tony Thompson
 

I just use repack data, as Dennis recommends.
Tony Thompson


On Sep 9, 2016, at 8:53 AM, destorzek@... [STMFC] <STMFC@...> wrote:

 

As I recall, back in the steam era the only requirement was to stencil the initial of the servicing road, station symbol where the work was done, and the date in 1" letters on either the brake reservoir or cylinder. There was no reason to include the initials COTS; the data was on the brake equipment, and everybody knew that's what it pertained to. The use of the COTS initials is a sixties era thing, where the date was moved to the consolidated stencil on the car side.

Since the required information is the same as a repack stencil, just trim the RPKD letters off that decal and use it.

Dennis Storzek


Re: New Kadee HGC Trucks

Eric Hansmann
 

It's astounding that this comes to light on the very day I wrap up changing a dozen Walthers Proto T-Section Bettendorf trucks from sprung to rigid. 

Kadee also has these listed with the code 88 semi-scale wheel sets. I look forward to installing some of these new HGC versions on the upcoming Accurail 36-foot box cars. 

Eric Hansmann
El Paso, TX

On Sep 9, 2016, at 7:23 PM, fgexbill@... [STMFC] <STMFC@...> wrote:

If I read thing correctly Kadee is issuing in September several new 1/87 scale trucks in their HGC Line that were previous spring including Vulcan and T-Section: Kadee - Trucks & Wheelsets Listing


Bill Welch

 


Re: New Kadee HGC Trucks

 

Bill, Just received a couple of Vulcans, needless to say but they are of Kadee's high quality!

Rich Christie


On Friday, September 9, 2016 8:23 PM, "fgexbill@... [STMFC]" wrote:


 
If I read thing correctly Kadee is issuing in September several new 1/87 scale trucks in their HGC Line that were previous spring including Vulcan and T-Section: Kadee - Trucks & Wheelsets Listing

Bill Welch
 



New Kadee HGC Trucks

Bill Welch
 

If I read thing correctly Kadee is issuing in September several new 1/87 scale trucks in their HGC Line that were previous spring including Vulcan and T-Section: Kadee - Trucks & Wheelsets Listing


Bill Welch

 


Ian Cranstone

Greg Silva
 

Ian - when you have a chance could you contact me:  runeighty at aol dot com.  Thanks.  Greg Silva.


Model Paint Bottle Cap problems

Ken Adams
 

Same cap problems exists for all Floquil Polly S acrylics as for lacquer based paints.  

Needed: Air tight and self cleaning bottle caps for Floquil, Model Master lacquer and  acrylic paints.

I know a lot of people including myself have huge numbers of Floquil and Polly S in their paint lockers/shelves but I understand it is mostly a discontinued product so I would wonder about the investment return on such a product. 

ken adams


Re: TERRY WEGMANN PFE R-30-18 REFER KITS

billvolner
 

I will bid $100.00 for all three.  If you will only sell me one car I will bid 35.00.  

Bill Volner

53473 Road 432

Bass Lake, Ca 93604

559-658-2684

 

 

On 2016-09-09 6:27 pm, WILLIAM PARDIE PARDIEW001@... [STMFC] wrote:

 


There has been a flurry of references to Terry Wegmann's R-30-18 refer kits lately. Terry was an excellent pattern maker and super modeler as well as a treasured friend.
As he released his refer kits under the P.F.E (Pacific Freight Enterprised) label I bought a bunch from him. I set them aside and they remained there as I bought the
assembled models from Intermountain.

I have three kits that I am putting out for bid. I have never sold anything and have no interest in becoming a vendor. I will take bids through monday 9/12/2016 at
8:00 PM PST. I will take checks and estimate about $3.00 for postage. Learning from auto auctions I will place a $25.00 reserve on the kits. The kits will go to the three
highest bidders.

These kits have never been opened and still have Terry's sealing tape on the boxes. I hope that they will go to someone who will appreciate and build these kits.

My E-Mail is psrdiew001@....

Thanks:

Bill Pardie


Re: All-Time Yankee Clipper & Speedwitch kit lists

Fred Jansz
 

Add K114.1 & 2 to Speedwitch the list: WP 'interim' AAR box car with either white or silver lettering.
Fred Jansz


P&LE door parts

Ted Culotta
 

I was advised that I had forgotten to update the inventory for the P&LE doors on the site, meaning they still showed as zero inventory. Not true! They sold out faster than I could have imagined. There are more in the works. Please be patient!

Cheers,
Ted


Re: All-Time Yankee Clipper & Speedwitch kit lists

Bill Welch
 

Thank you Tim

Bill Welch


Re: All-Time Yankee Clipper & Speedwitch kit lists

Benjamin Hom
 

Bill Welch wrote:
"Before you ask YES I am aware that YC and F&C are substantially the same kits. Big difference in instructions and decals."

The former Yankee Clipper kits in Funaro's line retain the Yankee Clipper instructions.


Ben Hom 


TERRY WEGMANN PFE R-30-18 REFER KITS

WILLIAM PARDIE
 

There has been a flurry of references to Terry Wegmann's R-30-18 refer kits lately. Terry was an excellent pattern maker and super modeler as well as a treasured friend.
As he released his refer kits under the P.F.E (Pacific Freight Enterprised) label I bought a bunch from him. I set them aside and they remained there as I bought the
assembled models from Intermountain.

I have three kits that I am putting out for bid. I have never sold anything and have no interest in becoming a vendor. I will take bids through monday 9/12/2016 at
8:00 PM PST. I will take checks and estimate about $3.00 for postage. Learning from auto auctions I will place a $25.00 reserve on the kits. The kits will go to the three
highest bidders.

These kits have never been opened and still have Terry's sealing tape on the boxes. I hope that they will go to someone who will appreciate and build these kits.

My E-Mail is psrdiew001@....

Thanks:

Bill Pardie

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