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Milwaukee Road Stock Car 104581

Lester Breuer
 

I have built a Westerfield Milwaukee Road Stock Car, class SM, I numbered 104581.  My build included adding to car width, milling running board and new styrene built ladders.  If you are interested photos and write up are now available on my blog I have to share photos and writeup of modeling projects on my Minneapolis & Northland Railroad Company.  If would like to take a look please do at the following link:

 

http://mnrailroadcab100.blogspot.com/

 

Lester Breuer

 


Photo: End Door Boxcar With Bus (1946)

Bob Chaparro
 

Photo: End Door Boxcar With Bus (1946)

Photo from the Royal BC Museum:

https://search-bcarchives.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/uploads/r/null/0/f/0f8872a601c8fc443ba886f395b799422a0670b50d9e4a5383f78b58600afb08/i-01419_141.jpg

Flat car used as unloading platform.

Bob Chaparro

Hemet, CA


Photo: CP Service Sleeper No. 412039 (Circa 1950s)

Bob Chaparro
 

Photo: CP Service Sleeper No. 412039 (Circa 1950s)

Photo from the Royal BC Museum:

https://search-bcarchives.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/uploads/r/null/a/0/a0eb4836a6d7a5d0a352f1c15a7f780b773170702f8212d34dbf25f733d17435/f-06913_141.jpg

Title:

Service Sleeper No. 412039 12-Man Sleeping Car; Revelstoke.

Bob Chaparro

Hemet, CA


Re: Photo: Pacific Great Eastern Reefer 819 (Circa 1950s)

Ed Hawkins
 



On May 29, 2021, at 10:19 PM, greg kennelly <greg_kennelly@...> wrote:

Between mid-1947 and early 1954 the total number of cars in the series had been reduced to ten, 810 - 819, through rebuilding, renumbering, conversion to other service, and scrapping in order to free up the 820+ number series for the arrival of all-steel overhead bunker refrigerators built in 10-54.  

Greg,
If it’s of interest to narrow the time period when the original 20 cars 808-827 were reduced to 10, the following ORER info may help to determine when the reduction occurred.

The following ORERs prior to 1953 do not specify any PGE car number series, just a total quantity of “Refrigerator” cars. From available data it’s unknown which car number was removed between 7/49 to 4/51. 

1/48, 7/49: (25)
4/51, 1/52: (24)
1/53, 10/53: 801-803 (3), 808-827 (10)
10/54: 801-803 (3), 810-819 (10), 820-824 (5, with an asterisk to indicate additions)

The reduction from 20 to 10 cars likely occurred in 1952. To further narrow the time, perhaps others can help with the April, July & October 1952 dates.
Regards,
Ed Hawkins




Re: Photo: Pacific Great Eastern Reefer 819 (Circa 1950s)

greg kennelly
 

To amplify a bit on John Riddell’s comments, this group of twenty cars, 808 - 827, was purchased second-hand and received by the PGE in the 1947-48 time period.  While these cars, built in 11-22, are believed to be former Northern Refrigerator Line cars, no definitive information has been located.  While the ORERs show several series of NRC cars with dimensions that are close to those listed for the PGE cars, none are an exact match.  Between mid-1947 and early 1954 the total number of cars in the series had been reduced to ten, 810 - 819, through rebuilding, renumbering, conversion to other service, and scrapping in order to free up the 820+ number series for the arrival of all-steel overhead bunker refrigerators built in 10-54.  In August 1952 photos by Stan Styles, 820 & 822 were in FCR with no logo but placarded "For Company Service Only", and as late as July 1953, PGERy 821 was still in a patched out paint scheme as described by John.  The earliest photo I have seen is an Ernie Plant view of 812 in FCR with a caribou logo above the reporting marks weighed at Squamish in 6-47.  As the rebuilding - renumbering - scrapping program proceeded the cars were painted in the silver scheme with black lettering and the caribou logo in the more common location above the dimensional data.  810 and 812 had corner grab irons while the others had ladders and photographs show 812 to have a deeper centre sill than the others.  A few of the cars (811, 812 and at least one other, the number of which could not be read from a photo) received the 1962 (beyond the date range of this list) paint scheme of FCR with the “stacked” Pacific Great Eastern lettering in place of the caribou logo.

Cheers,
Greg Kennelly


Re: [EXT] Re: [RealSTMFC] Photo: CP Boxcar 123456 (1935)

Bruce Smith
 

Rob,

I think quite a few PRR modelers (and modelers of other roads, who model PRR cars) have PRR 123456, an X28A, with two fused half doors.

I also happen to have NP 12345, as sold by Rapido, and completely by accident as I did not intentionally select that number.

Regards,
Bruce



From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Robert kirkham <rdkirkham@...>
Sent: Saturday, May 29, 2021 2:02 PM
To: main@realstmfc.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io>
Subject: [EXT] Re: [RealSTMFC] Photo: CP Boxcar 123456 (1935)
 
CAUTION: Email Originated Outside of Auburn.
This has long been a favourite photo for me, a CPR modeller focused on operations in the Vancouver area.  But I wonder how many of us would dare use a car number like that.  Too unusual?  So far, I’ve not gone there . . .

Rob

On May 29, 2021, at 10:01 AM, Bob Chaparro via groups.io <chiefbobbb@...> wrote:

Photo: CP Boxcar 123456 (1935)
Photo from the Royal BC Museum:
This one is for you folks you don’t like to cutout individual numbers from the decal sheet.
Bob Chaparro
Hemet, CA


The Helium Industry on the Santa Fe Railway - Tank Cars and Videos

qmp211
 

Greetings
 
Recently Frank Schultz sent the following informational links about the helium industry. The videos are very nicely done and well worth your time. The link to Jay’s handout will be found at the end of the Part 4 video. Jay’s handout has a roster, equipment usage timeline and a drawing for the 1942 U.S.N.X Helium tank car. The machine shop tour is a bonus.
 
Hard copies of Jay’s research material including drawings are at the Springer Archives in Temple, Texas.
 
Randy Danniel
 
 
"FEATURED VIDEOS – By Renaissance Man, Jay Miller.  Jay continues his outstanding professional-quality productions based on extremely well-researched history with many rare photos, his remarkable family, the AT&SF and much more.  All of these are fascinating and include a lot that I didn’t know about Helium.  (I’ve passed the Helium Museum in Amarillo many times, but never went in as I thought all it had was a bunch of antique Helium atoms floating-around or mounted on display boards.):  “
 
Helium Operations on the Santa Fe Railway Part 1 of 4 – Natural Gas to Airships
 
Helium Operations on the Santa Fe Railway Part 2 of 4 – Helium Plants
 
Helium Operations on the Santa Fe Railway Part 3 of 4 – The Helium Tank Cars
 
Helium Operations on the Santa Fe Railway Part 4 of 4 – Modeling the Helium Tank Cars (and more)
 
Railroad Machine Shop Tour & History of Miller Machine Works & Miller Brothers: 1885 to the Present
 


Re: Photo: CP Boxcar 123456 (1935)

Robert kirkham
 

This has long been a favourite photo for me, a CPR modeller focused on operations in the Vancouver area.  But I wonder how many of us would dare use a car number like that.  Too unusual?  So far, I’ve not gone there . . .

Rob

On May 29, 2021, at 10:01 AM, Bob Chaparro via groups.io <chiefbobbb@...> wrote:

Photo: CP Boxcar 123456 (1935)
Photo from the Royal BC Museum:
This one is for you folks you don’t like to cutout individual numbers from the decal sheet.
Bob Chaparro
Hemet, CA


Re: Photo: Unidentified Tank Cars (Undated)

Tom Madden
 

On Sat, May 29, 2021 at 08:56 AM, Ian MacKellar wrote:
They look like early AT&SF tank cars, possibly Tk.H.  
It's one of the earlier Tk-C/D/E or -F. Oval domes, three tank supports between the bolsters while the later Tk-G/H/I and -J had round domes and four supports. Also tanks held in place with straps and head blocks rather than tank anchors. (Which was true of the Tk-G and -H when built, but these are definitely earlier.)

Tom Madden


Photo: Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Basket Car 711 (1929)

Bob Chaparro
 

Photo: Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Basket Car 711 (1929)

Photo from the Royal BC Museum:

https://search-bcarchives.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/uploads/r/null/f/1/f117b761726f21b9a94ae68a578ecfb87d6a94c35356a14fcfa5f06352d69a8b/f-06411_141.jpg

Title:

No. 711; wood basket car; used for hauling mill trimmings used for firewood

Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway:

https://www.canada-rail.com/bc/railways/EN.html

Bob Chaparro

Hemet, CA


Photo: CN 8-Hatch Reefer 209861 (Circa 1940s)

Bob Chaparro
 


Photo: CP Boxcar 123456 (1935)

Bob Chaparro
 

Photo: CP Boxcar 123456 (1935)

Photo from the Royal BC Museum:

https://search-bcarchives.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/uploads/r/null/3/9/39a435215a807230d7dea12884edbe9c57b9db4129fe7c8497917a661ccee2d0/h-05882_141.jpg

This one is for you folks you don’t like to cutout individual numbers from the decal sheet.

Bob Chaparro

Hemet, CA


Tangent 1951 Delivered 9' Door PS-1s Available Today! RTR AND Kits!

Tangent Scale Models
 

Tangent’s May release kicks off with our first ALL-NEW HO freight car system for 2021: HO Scale Pullman-Standard PS-1 40’ Boxcar with 9’ Door!  No pre-orders are required – these cars are available right now!  This is the third Pullman-Standard boxcar system – after our PS-1 40’ Mini Hy-Cube and PS-1 40’ Combination door box cars - in our line of cars that introduce market-leading design and tooling practices, and is geared toward consumers who desire the most accurate models with a “family-appearance” between prototypes manufactured by the same builder.


Pullman-Standard’s PS-1 box car line evolved to feature a variety of different door combinations in order to satisfy customer requests for “purpose-built” box cars.  Across the transition and early diesel eras, between 1951 and 1962, Pullman-Standard built 9-foot door, 40-foot long PS-1s for several railroads.  Each railroad specified different doors and other appliances, and as production progressed the exterior sill and end arrangements changed.  Railroads purchased the 9-foot door cars for various services, including forest products, machinery, appliances, paper, and merchandise, where the large 9-foot door opening made loading with forklifts significantly easier.  These cars wandered all over the North American rail network into the late 1980s.  

 

The Tangent Scale Models PS-1 9-foot door boxcar will stand out on your layout just like the real cars did.  Our models include incredible road-specific detailing, and we have produced three road-specific body shells.  Each model includes see-through running boards, accurate door options, multiple hand brake options, wire brake piping, release rods, metal underbody-mount stirrup steps, and fine bracket grabs and ladders.  Like all Tangent models, these cars come standard with HO scale’s most accurate colors and car stenciling.  These models are finished with correct road-specific plain or roller bearing 50-ton trucks, representing a total of four all-new truck designs for our 40’ PS-1 system car replicas.  Finally, our cars are weighted properly and are equipped with Kadee® couplers which means they operate as good as they look.  

 

Our May 2021 release includes four railroad schemes:

 

- Southern (SOU) "Original 1951" illustrates the first PS-1 with 9’ Doors built by Pullman-Standard.  The Southern Railway ordered more than 2,000 of these 9’ door cars during the transition era!  These cars have distinctive “early” side sill configurations that have a pronounced deep side sill support underneath the door area only, ending before the trucks.  These models have the early version of the Superior 9’ door, and Miner handbrake housings and wheels like the prototype did.  These cars have the “classic” transition-era red carbody with red trucks.  Stenciling includes “The Southern Serves the South” logo on the right side of the car, a Pullman Bessemer plant logo, and other Southern lettering technicalities just like the prototype.  The roof is unpainted (galvanized) but includes the typical Pullman overspray onto the top of it from the sides and at the ends.  Finally, these models ride on Tangent’s gorgeous new Barber S-2 50-Ton plain bearing truck, complete with separate brake beam detail.  Our Southern models are offered with your choice of 12 road numbers, where SKUs 01-06 have a 11-51 build date, SKUs 07-12 have a 12-51 shop date.

 

- Chicago and North Western (C&NW) "Original 12-56" offers another classic box car scheme, this time the C&NW “brown” car with black ends.  This beautiful car includes the sharp, large C&NW logo in black and white on the upper right carbody side.  The left side of the car includes the CNW reporting marks with lines above and below them as found on these Pullman-Standard painted cars.  Unlike the Southern cars above, these boxcars were built at Pullman-Standard’s Michigan City, IN plant and of course our car covers that correctly with the stenciling next to the door.  These cars include the second version of the Superior 9’ door, with a different horizontal support pattern than the Southern car noted above.  These cars have a black car cement roof, but the roof includes the typical Pullman carbody color overspray onto the top of it from the sides.  This new model rides on an all-new truck for Tangent Scale Models, the 50-Ton ASF A-3 plain bearing truck.  Our C&NW models are offered with your choice of 6 road numbers.  And don’t forget – C&NW stenciled “Safety First” with yellow stenciling on the carbody side corners!   

 

- Green Bay and Western (GB&W) "Original 6-59" marks the first GB&W model from Tangent Scale Models.  GB&W’s yellow scheme looks great on these 9’ door cars!  The right side of the car includes the large “Green Bay and Western” letters and the left side includes the distinctive “Green Bay Route” logo with red background.  These cars are assigned cars, as identified with the stenciling “Assigned for paper loading at Biron, Wisconsin” and a “When empty return to Green Bay and Western R.R.” notation, typical for assigned cars of the period.  These cars have a black car cement roof, but the roof includes the typical Pullman yellow overspray onto the top of it from the sides.  Our GB&W models come complete with an accurate 9’ Pullman-Standard door, which is different from the earlier versions.  Like the Northern Pacific cars released in April 2021, this new model rides on the new Tangent 50-Ton ASF A-3 Ride Control Roller Bearing truck – with rotating “Timken” bearing caps!  Our GB&W models are offered with your choice of 6 road numbers.   

 

- Milwaukee Road (MILW) "Original 3-1961" illustrates our newest exact replica for the Milwaukee Road modeler.  Delivered in Milwaukee Road’s standard box car red color, the 9’ door PS-1 was a large example fleet car utilized for many different services, similar to the “ribside” fleet but more useful in the 1960s and onward due to the larger door arrangement.  This portion of the Milwaukee Road car order had Camel/Youngstown 9’ sliding doors on them, which we represent beautifully with our models.  These cars have Ajax handbrakes and wheels on them.  The Milwaukee Road PS-1 9’ door cars include the large, classic “Milwaukee Road” stenciled herald in white on the left side of the car, with the Milwaukee Road herald located on the right side of the car.  The roof was left unpainted (galvanized) but includes red overspray, just like the prototype did.  This new model rides on another all-new truck for Tangent Scale Models, the 50-Ton Barber S-2 Roller Bearing truck – with rotating “Timken” bearing caps!  Our Milwaukee Road model is offered with 12 road numbers.

 

- Undecorated SOU / L&C Body (7-Panel Superior Door) KIT 1951-1952+ offers a kit version of the Southern / Lancaster and Chester early version Pullman-Standard PS-1 9’ door cars, described above.  This is a great option if you want to build or customize a car for a particular modeling project.  It is based on our SOU / L&C carbody, featuring the 9-foot door opening, early style Pullman sill, and early style riveted Pullman PS-1 ends.  This includes the 50-Ton Barber S-2 Plain Bearing truck and other details.  This is ready for painting and lettering in a prototype or your own private road.  You supply your own favorite couplers.

- Undecorated C&NW/L&N (6-Panel Superior Door) KIT 1956+ offers a kit version of the C&NW / L&N version Pullman-Standard PS-1 9’ door cars, described above.  This is a great option if you want to build or customize a car for a particular modeling project.  It is based on our C&NW / L&N carbody, featuring the 9-foot door opening, larger style Pullman sill, and early welded style Pullman PS-1 ends.  This includes the 50-Ton ASF A-3 plain bearing truck and other details.  This is ready for painting and lettering in a prototype or your own private road.  You supply your own favorite couplers.

 

- Undecorated GBW / MKT Body (Pullman Door) KIT 1959-1961+ offers a kit version of the GBW / MKT version Pullman-Standard PS-1 9’ door cars, described above.  This is a great option if you want to build or customize a car for a particular modeling project.  It is based on our GBW (Original yellow paint) / MKT carbody, featuring the 9-foot door opening, larger style Pullman sill, and early welded style Pullman PS-1 ends.  This includes the new Tangent 50-Ton ASF A-3 Ride Control Roller Bearing truck – with rotating “Timken” bearing caps - and other details.  This is ready for painting and lettering in a prototype or your own private road.  You supply your own favorite couplers.

 

- Undecorated GBW (‘New Pullman’ Door) Body KIT 1970s offers a kit version of the GBW modernized version Pullman-Standard PS-1 9’ door cars.  This is a great option if you want to build or customize a car for a particular modeling project.  It is based on our GBW (Original yellow paint) carbody, featuring the 9-foot door opening, larger style Pullman sill, early welded style Pullman PS-1 ends and a running board.  This kit includes the modernized “new Pullman” sliding door part found on GBW cars from the 1970s and onward.  This includes the new Tangent 50-Ton ASF A-3 Ride Control Roller Bearing truck – with rotating “Timken” bearing caps - and other details.  This is ready for painting and lettering in a prototype or your own private road.  You supply your own favorite couplers.

 

- Undecorated MILW / GBW Body (Superior Door) KIT 1962+ offers a kit version of the Milwaukee Road Pullman-Standard PS-1 car.  This is a great option if you want to build or customize a car for a particular modeling project.  It is based on our Milwaukee Road / GBW (Original green paint) carbody, featuring the 9-foot door opening, larger style Pullman sill, and later welded style Pullman PS-1 ends.  It includes the Superior door as found on MILW 30000-30249 as delivered from Pullman-Standard.  GBW green carbody modelers will need to order the Pullman-Standard 9’ doors, available separately.  This kit includes the all-new truck for Tangent Scale Models, the 50-Ton Barber S-2 Roller Bearing truck – with rotating “Timken” bearing caps - and other details.  This is ready for painting and lettering in a prototype or your own private road.  You supply your own favorite couplers.

 

- Undecorated MILW Body (Camel/Youngstown Door) KIT 1961+ offers a kit version of the Milwaukee Road Pullman-Standard PS-1 car described above, matching our RTR offering from this run.  This is a great option if you want to build or customize a car for a particular modeling project.  It is based on our Milwaukee Road carbody, featuring the 9-foot door opening, larger style Pullman sill, and later welded style Pullman PS-1 ends.  It includes the Camel/Youngstown door as found on MILW 30250-30649 as delivered from Pullman-Standard.  This kit includes the all-new truck for Tangent Scale Models, the 50-Ton Barber S-2 Roller Bearing truck – with rotating “Timken” bearing caps - and other details.  This is ready for painting and lettering in a prototype or your own private road.  You supply your own favorite couplers.

 

All of these Pullman-Standard 40’ PS-1 9’ Door Boxcar models can be seen at www.tangentscalemodels.com !

 

These products are shipping today!  A quick synopsis of our era and railroad-specific detail variations include:

·         Dimensional accuracy - designed from Pullman-Standard plans

·         Highly correct “true to life” colors

·         “Hyper-Accurate” lettering including exact fonts and lettering placement

·         Genuine Kadee® scale couplers

·         “Near-scale” draft gear box with beautifully-rendered side “key” detail

·         6-12 road numbers for each scheme

·         Very fine Pullman-style ladders

·         Very fine Pullman-style bracket grab irons

·         Rubber air hoses

·         Road-specific details for each scheme, including:

o   Specific body side configurations for sills and door tracks

o   3 different PS-1 end configurations

o   “See through” running boards (in 2 possible combinations)

o   “See through” brake steps (in 2 possible combinations)

o   5 different brake housings (Equipco, Ajax, Klasing, Miner, or Universal as appropriate)

o   5 different brakewheel options (Equipco, Ajax, Klasing, Miner, or Universal)

·         Four All-New precision truck options (these will be available separately in Summer 2021!)

o   Tangent Scale Models 50-Ton Barber S-2 Roller Bearing truck – with rotating “Timken” bearing caps!  Yes, this is a truck never-before available in HO scale!

o   Tangent Scale Models 50-Ton ASF A-3 Ride Control Roller Bearing truck – with rotating “Timken” bearing caps!  Yes, this is a truck never-before available in HO scale!

o   Tangent Scale Models 50-Ton Barber S-2 Plain Bearing truck

o   Tangent Scale Models 50-Ton ASF “Ride Control” Plain Bearing truck

·         CNC-machined 33” wheels, with blackened or nickel-plated semi-scale tread (0.88”) available separately, for either rotating or non-rotating truck options (see above)   

·         Recommended age 14 years and older

 

Don’t miss out on the Tangent Scale Models 40’ PS-1 9’ Door Boxcar models, which went everywhere in North America!  Everyone needs paper and lumber and general XM box cars!  With accurate roadname and era-specific details, genuine Kadee couplers, and all-metal wheels, we provide you with a high-value model that will provide you with years of enjoyment and curb-appeal.  Pricing for RTR models is $52.95.

 

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: Brake Levers/Rods Arrangement and Attachment

Charles Greene
 

Thanks, Danny.....a peek inside one of those might reveal what I want....

        -Chuck


Re: Seeking Information On HO Truck Components.

Dave Parker
 

Bill:

Dan Smith provided me with two tricks to upgrade the Red Caboose trucks, one to make them rigid, and the other to adapt the Kadee shoes to them.

Suggest contacting him off-list and seeing if he will provide you with same.
--
Dave Parker
Swall Meadows, CA


Re: Older Iron Range freight cars

kevinhlafferty
 

Dan,

 

Thank you for that very interesting perspective.

 

Kevin L.

 

From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io [mailto:main@RealSTMFC.groups.io] On Behalf Of Daniel A. Mitchell
Sent: Saturday, May 29, 2021 8:19 AM
To: main@realstmfc.groups.io
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] Older Iron Range freight cars

 

I’d like to make a quite general comment here … Iron ore is NOT all one color.

 

Nowadays, with taconite making up most all the shipments, the color is rather uniform. The individual taconite pellets vary considerably in color, but they are rather homogeneously mixed resulting in a more uniform bulk color.

 

But in earlier times, especially during and before WWII, they were shipping raw ore. The color of raw ore varied from mine to mine, and even within the same mine. It ranged from a dark yellow through all shades of reddish-brown, to a nearly purplish-black. Both the chemical composition and concentration of iron in the ore varied.

 

Steel mills required a particular mix of raw ore, depending on their capabilities and needs. The big ore-yards would sort the cars of various ores to meet the requirements of a particular steel mill’s order. Then the sorted cars would be sent up to the ore docks for loading in a ship to transport to that mill.

 

So, if all the ore coming from a particular mine traveled over a dedicated track, then that track would acquire the color of that ore. The mainlines, however, would carry ore from many different mines, resulting a rather uniform mixture of colors.

 

It is also true that the “rust” color was pervasive. It got into everything, and coated everything. Back in the 1960s my dad was filming in the Minnesota mines and we spent considerable time driving about on the active haul roads. Long after, YEARS later, every time we washed his old suburban we got red mud washing out. My mom could not put any item of ore-contaminated clothing in the laundry with anything light-colored or white ... or everything turned pink.

 

I also recall that the LS&I, who had been painting their locomotives a rusty-red color, tried painting them a bright green. After a few months of service they were again red from the cab windows down, covered in ore-dust. Later they went back to painting the locos red. The DM&IR also painted their Diesels rusty-red. It really didn’t matter what color you painted them, they all turned red in a few months anyway.

 

Dan Mitchell

==========



On May 29, 2021, at 7:58 AM, Eric Hansmann <eric@...> wrote:

 

Jim,

 

The cars and layout are Bob Hanmer’s work, not mine. I can’t comment on the rail color. 

 

Eric Hansmann

Murfreesboro, TN


On May 28, 2021, at 8:50 PM, Jim Betz <jimbetz@...> wrote:

Eric,

  Very nice build!  Shouldn't the rails be essentially the same color as
the ore cars?  I've read that all the houses along the right-of-way had
rust-colored whites - didn't matter what color is was it was going to
end up being a rust colored piece of wash on the clothes line out
back - due to the iron ore haul going by.  I've seen pictures of the
track when it had rained and the track would "run orange" (newly
formed rust).  I can't imagine the track would be any other color
than "iron ore rust".
                                                                                  - Jim

 


Re: new items from YMW

Pierre Oliver
 

Tim,

Sorry no.
The border is not expected to be open at that time.
And I won't be fully vaccinated until August, not traveling until that happens

Pierre Oliver
www.elgincarshops.com
www.yarmouthmodelworks.com

On 5/29/21 10:59 a.m., Tim via groups.io wrote:
Pierre,

Are you going to be at St. Louis RPM this year with the new cars?

Tim Alund
On May 28, 2021, at 6:31 PM, Pierre Oliver <pierre.oliver@elgincarshops.com> wrote:

https://elgincarshops.blogspot.com/2021/05/2-new-kits-from-yarmouth-model-works.html

--
Pierre Oliver
www.elgincarshops.com
www.yarmouthmodelworks.com








Re: new items from YMW

Tim
 

Pierre,

Are you going to be at St. Louis RPM this year with the new cars?

Tim Alund

On May 28, 2021, at 6:31 PM, Pierre Oliver <pierre.oliver@elgincarshops.com> wrote:

https://elgincarshops.blogspot.com/2021/05/2-new-kits-from-yarmouth-model-works.html

--
Pierre Oliver
www.elgincarshops.com
www.yarmouthmodelworks.com






Re: Photo: Unidentified Tank Cars (Undated)

Ian MacKellar
 

They look like early AT&SF tank cars, possibly Tk.H.  


Re: New run of HO Rio Grande Oil Company tank car decals

Ian MacKellar
 

Does it include the underframe lettering?

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