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Re: A list of square corner '37 AAR box cars

Jim and Barbara van Gaasbeek
 

Andy,

 

The square-corned 4+5 Dreadnaught ends arrived yesterday in excellent condition –thanks.

 

I’ve recently read the 1937 AAR book – a bit of information overload – getting the info “through a firehouse”.  But it will be a superb reference book.  And thanks for the summary you’ve given in your E-Mail above.

 

 

Jim vG

 

 

 

From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io [mailto:main@RealSTMFC.groups.io] On Behalf Of Andy Carlson
Sent: Saturday, November 28, 2020 8:39 AM
To: STMFC E-List
Subject: [RealSTMFC] A list of square corner '37 AAR box cars

 

 

Hello folks-

1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

 

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

 

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

 

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;

B&O 384000-384499

C&EI 64000-64499

C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499

CN had 1000s

CP had 1000s

ERIE 78000-78499

ITC 6000-6099

KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749

NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999

ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999

RDG 103000-103299

SL-SF 140000-140038

SOO 136000-136198 even #s

SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021

SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839

T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999

UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899

WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

 

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

 

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

 

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.

-Andy Carlson

Ojai CA

 

 


Re: A list of square corner '37 AAR box cars

Rich C
 

Mel, The reefers are a whole different topic. Besides the PFE R-40-10, Fruit Growers, ART, WFEX and I am sure other private owner's had square cornered cars.

As Andy noted, The WP cars were 9'6" IH. The Santa Fe's 136000 series and the entire KCS roster of these cars were also Interim Height cars 9' 6"-9' 8". These 3 were once offered by Speedwitch.

Rich Christie



On Saturday, November 28, 2020, 10:44:03 AM CST, mel perry <clipper841@...> wrote:


hi:
don't forget PFE'S R40-10 class
:-)


On Sat, Nov 28, 2020, 8:39 AM Andy Carlson <midcentury@...> wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA



Re: A list of square corner '37 AAR box cars

Tim O'Connor
 


And there were 3 who bought S-cornered "modified 1937" AAR box cars as well... the ancient Athearn blue box car. :-)


On 11/28/2020 11:39 AM, Andy Carlson wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA


--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Re: C&I Hopper

Eric Hansmann
 

Those C&I hoppers have been travelling for years. Here’s one in an Andover, MA, wreck, circa 1929.

https://www.digitalcommonwealth.org/search/commonwealth:6682x954j

 

 

Eric Hansmann

Murfreesboro, TN

 

 

 

From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> On Behalf Of Garth Groff and Sally Sanford
Sent: Friday, November 27, 2020 5:42 PM
To: RealSTMFC@groups.io
Subject: [RealSTMFC] C&I Hopper

 

Friends,

 

While rambling through my collection, I came upon this view of Cambria & Indiana hopper 1888. Oddly, this was taken in Charlottesville, Virginia, on the C&O (well, really CSX by then), probably in late 1984. What a car from a 35-mile Pennsylvania shortline was doing in a C&O train is beyond me.

 

In those days, the former C&O Mountain Division saw many trains each way. Trains stopped on the west side of town before moving into the small yard. This happened to be right behind the computer store where I worked, so I often got a good view of cars, though few photos. 

 

This car series is not listed in my October 1958 ORER, so I suspect it was a second-hand purchase, possibly beyond our era of interest, though the car itself certainly dates to our period.

 

Yours Aye,

 

 

Garth Groff

 

 


Re: A list of square corner '37 AAR box cars

mel perry
 

hi:
don't forget PFE'S R40-10 class
:-)


On Sat, Nov 28, 2020, 8:39 AM Andy Carlson <midcentury@...> wrote:

Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA



A list of square corner '37 AAR box cars

Andy Carlson
 


Hello folks-
1936 to 1940 were the years that large numbers of square corner Drednaught end equipped '37 AAR box cars were built. As can be seen in the list below of these square corner end cars, there were many 10s of thousands of them built in both Canada and the US.

This list is from data in the recently released volume on 1937 AAR box cars by Pat Wider, continuing the fine series of Railroad Prototype Cyclopedias.

Square corner end '37 AAR rosters by RR:

ATSF 136000-136499; 136500-137999; 138000-138499;
B&O 384000-384499
C&EI 64000-64499
C&O 4000-4499; 4500-4999; 5000-5399; 5400-5499
CN had 1000s
CP had 1000s
ERIE 78000-78499
ITC 6000-6099
KCS 14000-14199; 17000-17499; 17450-17749
NKP 15000-15499; 15500-15999
ONT 90000-90499; 90500-90999
RDG 103000-103299
SL-SF 140000-140038
SOO 136000-136198 even #s
SRR 10000-12022; 12023-13042; 13043-13063; 13064-14395; 260500-26099; 261000-262036; 306000-307021
SP 32770-33269; 33270-33519; 335200-34019; 34020-34519; 37840-38089; 38090-38339; 38340-38589; 38590-38839
T&P 1700-1724; 3900-3919; 40000-40499; 40500-40999
UP 182812-18399; 184000-185899
WP 20001- 20200 These were 9'6" IH.

The RPC #35's roster data pages gives much detail, such as roof,brake and other details. Anyone viewing this post with questions about a particular Rail Road's details, PM me and I will answer those questions. I would encourage a purchase of the book, as it is a very well researched and detailed offering.

Southern, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, both Canadian transcons and the Southern Pacific were huge purchasers of this car design.

Wish everyone a safe and very well day.
-Andy Carlson
Ojai CA



New Release: Tangent Scale Models GATC 8,000 Gallon Insulated 1917-Design Radial Course Tank Car

Tangent Scale Models
 

New release for Small Business Saturday: our next production of General American 8,000 Gallon Insulated 1917-Design Radial Course Tank Cars. 

 

By the end of World War I, U.S. production of oil and oil-related products was sharply increasing thanks to the combination of war-related demands as well as demands from home.  In order to move oil and “new” consumer products, tank car producers introduced new car designs.  In 1917 General American Tank Car introduced a new general service 8,000 gallon non-insulated tank car, and quickly followed that production with an insulated 8,000 gallon tank car, which utilized a “jacket” that surrounded the tank and dome.  Built in East Chicago, IN, these insulated cars were easily identifiable by their circumferential rivets that surrounded the tank body, with notably different heights between the courses, and with their “recessed ends”.  These “radial course” tank cars utilized steel bolster plates that rise up vertically to hold the tank in place, complete with a “web” section behind to minimize steel consumption.  At a time of fairly monochromatic box cars plying the rails, these insulated tank cars carried consumable products, and they were typically stenciled for lessees advertising consumer products such as gasoline, wine, and corn products.  The GATC 1917-design family were the most prolific tank cars built during this period and were found everywhere from 1917 to roughly 1970. 

 

The Tangent Scale Models GATC 1917-Design 8,000 Gallon Insulated Tank Car is a highly-detailed tank car model that includes details accurate for each paint scheme, including KC- or AB-brake variations, with or without Cardwell draft sill springs, and different hand brakes.  Other visually-distinctive details for our models include the “see through” bolster section, circumferential rivets, and differing course heights.  Our RTR models include correct “true-to-life” colors and “hyper-accurate” lettering including exact fonts and lettering placement.  Finally, our scale replicas operate as well as they look, equipped with free-rolling all-metal wheels and Kadee® scale couplers, meaning our models are truly ready to run.  

           

For steam and transition-era modelers, these replicas will certainly be eye-catchers on your layout!  Check out the radial courses – they look like nothing else in HO!  Our new ready to operate replicas are in stock and available for sale at www.tangentscalemodels.com.  That’s right, no preorders! 

 

Our November 2020 release includes the following two paint schemes, plus two undecorated model options:

 

- NTCX "1922+ Lease" is our offering for “pre-depression” and “pre-diesel” modelers out there who have been requesting “plain” tank cars!  We have listened.  NTCX are the reporting marks for National Tank Car Company, who operated a fleet of 8,000 and 10,000 gallon tank cars.  Their insulated tank car fleet represented more than 30% of their total tank car fleet, which was large percentage-wise.  This model is offered in the “plain leaser” NTCX scheme from 1922 and was stenciled from an actual photo (see our website).  These NTCX cars were nationwide roamers and were likely used for viscous oil products.  Our National Tank Car Company 1922+ cars come with era-correct K-brakes and are available in three road numbers.  Because each real tank car was formed by hand and had individual gallon notations stenciled on each end of the car, all three of our models have the correct gallons stenciled on each end.  Yup, we did the research, so you don’t have to!

 

- ANPX "Anchor Petroleum Company, Tulsa OKLA. 1948+" is available for US modelers that are looking to bolster their fleet of “refined product” tank cars.  These insulated tank cars were likely used to haul refined oil products such as gasoline.  This car is stenciled like the prototype photo on our website, representing the car as it appeared in 1948.  We offer these neat tank cars in gray paint and black stenciling on the tank body.  The cars are offered with six road numbers, and because each real tank car was formed by hand and had individual gallon notations stenciled on each end of the car, all six of our models have the correct gallons stenciled on each end.  

 

- Undecorated RTR Black cars are ready for decaling!  This production includes RTR cars with the AB brake system.  Our last production included cars with the K-brake system.

 

- Undecorated Unpainted Kits are available as well.  When folks claim that “no one” makes kits anymore, well, here they are.  These are ready for building or kitbashing, and painting / decaling.  Great for those who desire to build their own.  This run of kits come with parts for either an AB- or a K-brake configuration.  Instructions for our kits are located on our website under “Other Stuff.”

 

Features for these awesome replicas include:

- Circumferential riveted tank body and riveted underframe (count ‘em, there are many!)

- Radial course tank body – note the “stairstep” appearance!

- All-new underframe for the GATC 1917-design

- “See-through” cast knee above the bolsters

- Accurate dome appliances

- Dimensionally-correct hazardous placards with accurate hole detail

- Separately applied tank handrail

- Separately applied tank strap detail

- KC- or AB- brake variations depending on the prototype car

- Inclusion of Cardwell draft sill springs depending on the prototype car, otherwise “oval” frame openings where the springs were removed

- Different hand brake appliance options depending on the prototype car

- Highly correct “true to life” colors

- “Hyper-Accurate” lettering including exact fonts and lettering placement, including lettering applied to the underframe and air reservoir

- Durable wire grab irons and coupler lift bars

- Separate air hoses

- “Near-scale” draft gear box with side detail

- Kadee® “scale-head” couplers

- CNC-machined 33” wheels in high-quality Tangent Scale Models ASF cast steel truck with spring plank and with separate brake beams

- Replacement semi-scale wheels available separately from Tangent

- Multiple road numbers for each scheme - these cars often traveled in "groups" of more than one

- Recommended age 14 years and older

 

Don’t miss out on the Tangent Scale Models General American 8,000 gallon 1917-design radial course tank car!  Just like its prototype, this car will stand out on any layout situated from 1917 to 1970, and they went everywhere!

 

Pricing for RTR models is $44.95.  High-resolution images showing these fine replicas are available at www.tangentscalemodels.com and our site also includes prototype images for your reference as well.

 

That wraps up our update for today, and thank you for supporting the family-owned businesses in our industry! 

 

David Lehlbach

Tangent Scale Models


Re: C&I Hopper

charlie9
 

This car is obviously in a train of mixed freight.  When I worked on the Big Four at Harrisburg Il. we had an ocean of NYC hoppers.  There was one little L&N car that showed up between the same two NYC cars from time to time.  Somehow it got caught up in coal train service on our line and nobody ever make the effort to throw it out and send it home.

The point I want to make is that regardless of your era, a foreign car or two would not really be out of place and would give you an excuse to model something different.

Charlie


Re: Photos: North American Cyanamid Tanks Cars

charlie9
 

The car in the first photo looks like it has an "Athearn" platform around the dome.

Charlie


Re: Pacific Fruit Express Data Boxes

William Reed
 

Not sure if this was answered or not but it looks like repack dates for the journals. Don't know if the upper and lower box had separate significance or not. I can barely make out the wording on one of your photos and it appears to say RPKD which would stand for "Repacked".  This was usually accompanied by a date and location of where that service took place. Hope this helps.

William
aka drgwk37


From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Ray Carson via groups.io <PrewarUPModeler@...>
Sent: Friday, November 27, 2020 11:19 PM
To: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io>
Subject: [RealSTMFC] Pacific Fruit Express Data Boxes
 

Hey everyone,

I looked at photos of various PFE reefers from the mid 1930s and onward which contain these boxes with lettering in them. What information is put into these boxes and why do they change from the upper box to the lower box?

I unfortunately don't have the Pacific Fruit Express Second Edition book which would answer my question which is why I asked.

Thanks, Ray


Pacific Fruit Express Data Boxes

Ray Carson
 

Hey everyone,

I looked at photos of various PFE reefers from the mid 1930s and onward which contain these boxes with lettering in them. What information is put into these boxes and why do they change from the upper box to the lower box?

I unfortunately don't have the Pacific Fruit Express Second Edition book which would answer my question which is why I asked.

Thanks, Ray


Re: File /Lowering Intermountain Truck Bolsters.doc uploaded #file-notice

Richard Remiarz
 

Andrew,

It adds more problems.  The molded center sill and bolsters on the IMWX/Red Caboose underframe are much thinner (~ 0.050") than on the Intermountain cars.  The lower 0.045" of the center sill and bolsters is molded on the bottom of the floor on the IMWX/Red Caboose cars (see attached photo).  Using this underframe on an Intermountain car requires shimming the underframe 0.045".  I learned this the hard way when I tried to use an IMWX/Red Caboose on a riveted PS-1 kitbash using an Intermountain 10' 6" boxcar.

Sincerely,
Rich Remiarz
Vadnais Heights, MN




From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Andrew Jeanes <yahoo@...>
Sent: Friday, November 27, 2020 4:21 PM
To: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] File /Lowering Intermountain Truck Bolsters.doc uploaded #file-notice
 
Assuming one had a spare IMWX/Red Caboose underframe available, would it be more straightforward to swap it under the Intermountain carbody, or would that add new problems?

Regards,
Andrew Jeanes
Kingston, ON


Re: Photos: Tank Cars - American Cyanamid Co. (Undated)

Garth Groff and Sally Sanford
 

Bob,

These tank cars are actually early covered hoppers for carrying dry bulk chemicals. Note the discharge gates along the side.

Yours Aye,


Garth Groff  🦆

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020 at 2:23 PM Bob Chaparro via groups.io <chiefbobbb=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:

Photos: Tank Cars - American Cyanamid Co. (Undated)

Photos from the Niagara Falls Public Library:

http://www.nflibrary.ca/nfplindex/data/1/9/94619-511697.jpg

http://www.nflibrary.ca/nfplindex/data/4/0/94640-511739.jpg

Plus hopper cars from the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (1940):

https://response.restoration.noaa.gov/sites/default/files/images/11/Mehran-American-Cyanamid-1940.jpg

Bob Chaparro

Hemet, CA


C&I Hopper

Garth Groff and Sally Sanford
 

Friends,

While rambling through my collection, I came upon this view of Cambria & Indiana hopper 1888. Oddly, this was taken in Charlottesville, Virginia, on the C&O (well, really CSX by then), probably in late 1984. What a car from a 35-mile Pennsylvania shortline was doing in a C&O train is beyond me.

In those days, the former C&O Mountain Division saw many trains each way. Trains stopped on the west side of town before moving into the small yard. This happened to be right behind the computer store where I worked, so I often got a good view of cars, though few photos. 

This car series is not listed in my October 1958 ORER, so I suspect it was a second-hand purchase, possibly beyond our era of interest, though the car itself certainly dates to our period.

Yours Aye,


Garth Groff



Re: RPC #35

mel perry
 


On Fri, Nov 27, 2020, 3:29 PM George Corral <aileron44@...> wrote:
Gary Bechdol wrote:

"Can someone provide me the contact information for the PUBLISHER of Railway Prototype Cyclopedia No. 35?"

Try Ted Schnepf at Rails Unlimited - railsunl@...
126 Will Scarlet
Elgin, IL 60120-9524
Price:$65.00

George Corral


Re: RPC #35

George Corral
 

Gary Bechdol wrote:

"Can someone provide me the contact information for the PUBLISHER of Railway Prototype Cyclopedia No. 35?"

Try Ted Schnepf at Rails Unlimited - railsunl@...
126 Will Scarlet
Elgin, IL 60120-9524
Price:$65.00

George Corral


Re: The Freight Goes Through

Robert kirkham
 

I just wish it had higher definition.  Wondering if the original was copied to a digital file at higher quality than is on the Youtube site.  

Rob

On Nov 27, 2020, at 12:17 PM, Bob Chaparro via groups.io <chiefbobbb@...> wrote:

Take a look at what happens to a boxcar's roof during a switching impact. The scene is at 10:02 in the film.
Bob Chaparro
Hemet, CA


Re: File /Lowering Intermountain Truck Bolsters.doc uploaded #file-notice

Andrew Jeanes
 

Assuming one had a spare IMWX/Red Caboose underframe available, would it be more straightforward to swap it under the Intermountain carbody, or would that add new problems?

Regards,
Andrew Jeanes
Kingston, ON


Re: RPC #35

Gary Bechdol
 

The publisher's name and address should be on the first or second page. 

Gary 

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020, 4:39 PM WILLIAM PARDIE <PARDIEW001@...> wrote:
Mine came from Ron's Books.

Bill Pardie



Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone


-------- Original message --------
From: O Fenton Wells <srrfan1401@...>
Date: 11/27/20 10:46 AM (GMT-10:00)
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] RPC #35

You didn't want the chinese version????   Let me see if I can find the people that I bought the last one from
Fenton

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020 at 3:42 PM Gary Bechdol <garyeb1947@...> wrote:
Fenton:

That's the publisher of the original series. No. 35 is published by someone else. Your link leads to a Chinese web site. 

Thanks for trying, though. 

Gary 

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020, 3:23 PM O Fenton Wells <srrfan1401@...> wrote:
http://www.rpcycpub.com  Should do it
Fenton

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020 at 3:08 PM mel perry <clipper841@...> wrote:

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020, 11:04 AM Gary Bechdol <garyeb1947@...> wrote:
Group:

Can someone provide me the contact information for the PUBLISHER of Railway Prototype Cyclopedia No. 35?

TIA,

Gary Bechdol
Stone Mountain, GA



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Fenton Wells
250 Frye Rd
Pinehurst NC 28374
910-420-8106
srrfan1401@...



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250 Frye Rd
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910-420-8106
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Re: RPC #35

mel perry
 

gary;
call ron's books or des plaines hobbies
for the publisher
;-)

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020, 12:42 PM Gary Bechdol <garyeb1947@...> wrote:
Fenton:

That's the publisher of the original series. No. 35 is published by someone else. Your link leads to a Chinese web site. 

Thanks for trying, though. 

Gary 

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020, 3:23 PM O Fenton Wells <srrfan1401@...> wrote:
http://www.rpcycpub.com  Should do it
Fenton

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020 at 3:08 PM mel perry <clipper841@...> wrote:

On Fri, Nov 27, 2020, 11:04 AM Gary Bechdol <garyeb1947@...> wrote:
Group:

Can someone provide me the contact information for the PUBLISHER of Railway Prototype Cyclopedia No. 35?

TIA,

Gary Bechdol
Stone Mountain, GA



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