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Re: HO scale shingles

Bud Rindfleisch
 

BTS (Bill's Train Shop) sells seven different styles of shingles all are adhesive backed, reasonably priced, great customer service too.
    Bud Rindfleisch


Re: New York Central well-hole car

WILLIAM PARDIE
 

When I did my C&O car (Back in the dark ages) I uses the trucks that came with the kit. I have since obtained a pair of Precision Scale  brass trucks that have the brake shoes.   Now alas I forget how I mounted the original trucks.

Bill Pardie



Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone


-------- Original message --------
From: Kenneth Montero <va661midlo@...>
Date: 3/29/22 11:47 AM (GMT-10:00)
To: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car

Johannes,

Other manufacturers of Buckeye trucks:

LaBelle (formerly Bethlehem Car Works, formerly Cape Line or Red Ball, not certain which one) no. Ho-505 - metal trucks -- https://www.labellemodels.com/series-freight-trucks-c-32_34_56.html?osCsid=5bfs89q3ahd1ppphd72g88nf34

On Ebay, there is a vendor, thetrainshopva@..., that is selling a resin Buckeye truck without wheelsets.

Precision Scale used to make working (sprung) Buckeye trucks - part no. 3197. It shows up periodically on Ebay.

Roco made a U.S. Army (and others) flat car with 6-wheel trucks, which may have been Buckeye trucks. I do not know if they were available separately, nor do I know if they were Buckeye trucks.

I hope that this helps.

Ken Montero

On 03/29/2022 11:03 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:


Many thanks Ken,

I don't have such a kit (but seeing Richards and Bill Pardies great results maybe I should look out for one), I asked because the trucks look better than the Athearn Buckeyes. The brake shoes are a little heavy - but they are there at all! We need fine plastic/ delrin plain bearing buckeye freight trucks - the only ones (I know of) are from Athearn and Eastern Car Works - both without brake shoes.

Greetings

Johannes
 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 16:52 Uhr
Von: "Kenneth Montero" <va661midlo@...>
An: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car
Johannes,

The kit came with trucks - unasssembled and without wheelsets. Quality Craft recommended the use of Athearn wheelsets.  If using a different brand of wheelsets, check the length of the axles and compare that to the Athearn axle length.

Ken Montero.
On 03/29/2022 4:44 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:


Hello Richard,

this is a nice model! Did the trucks come with the kit and are a Quality Craft's own creation, or something else?

Thanks and greetings

Johannes
 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 02:15 Uhr
Von: "Richard Scott" <rlscott5709@...>
An: "Steam Era Freight Cars" <main@realstmfc.groups.io>
Betreff: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car
I built this model of NYC well-hole car 499086 from a Quality Craft "1977 O Prestige Collector's Kit" after it had aged in several basements for 44 years.  Our list's "Quality Craft question" posts from last December were timely and most helpful - I ignored the kit's instructions to "Place the train line on both sides of the car" and I used kingpins to attach the trucks, as Ed Bommer suggested.  I made styrene replacements for the kit's paper parts and added uncoupling levers, brake beams and Precision Scale brake hoses.  I painted the car with MicroMark acrylics and weathered it lightly with AIM powders.

The car's removable load is based on a photo I found on the Fallen Flags website (www.rr-fallenflags.org/pc/pc768040g06.jpg).  I have no idea what the huge rings were for, but they make interesting cargo.

I have an album featuring some of my models on the first page of our photo section.  They're all O scale and include everything from scratchbuilds to modified RTR cars.  I hope you will enjoy looking through them.


Re: HO scale shingles

James Brewer
 

On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 7:19 PM Joseph <Mstl852@...> wrote:
Northeastern(I think) makes a sheet of paper shingles assembled so all you need to do is cut to size.  I have used on a couple of buildings 
Joe Binish, New Hope MN

On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 6:15 PM Patrick Wade <patwadesb@...> wrote:
Campbell's at one time made shingles that can in a long roll. As I recall they had glue on the back that you simply moistened.

Pat Wade
Santa Barbara, CA

On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 3:48 PM Gary McMills <santafe@...> wrote:

I am building several company houses in HO scale and I would like to model them with shingles for their roofs.

Is there a manufacturer that makes nice scale shingles in HO scale ?


best regards,

Gary McMills - Vicksburg Miss.


Re: ATSF 6145

O Fenton Wells
 

Heck Clark I’d build it as an XM and have it deliver west coast lumber to IA


On Mar 29, 2022, at 7:11 PM, mopacfirst <ron.merrick@...> wrote:

I'm partway through an experiment.  I bought online an undec CB&T car, since I didn't have one.  Rather than sacrifice an undec Branchline, I bought one online from some roadname that was easily available and that I'd never use as-is.  I sawed the CB&T sides away from the carbody and cleaned up the edges.  Not easy, but not intricate cuts either.  Then I cur the Branchline sides off the carbody, a bit trickier, but made easier since the CB&T sides are thicker than the Branchline.  (Better mold design techniques, presumably.)  The CB&T sides are close to a foot shorter than the Branchline, so I will shim on each end, probably more on the right side since I can use the ladder to help hide this. My plan is to use the ends to help get the sides aligned in the correct plane.  

This gives me a much better, in my opinion, ends and roof.  I'm building a car with 15' door openings, MP 80000 series.

Ron Merrick


Re: HO scale shingles

Joseph
 

Northeastern(I think) makes a sheet of paper shingles assembled so all you need to do is cut to size.  I have used on a couple of buildings 
Joe Binish, New Hope MN

On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 6:15 PM Patrick Wade <patwadesb@...> wrote:
Campbell's at one time made shingles that can in a long roll. As I recall they had glue on the back that you simply moistened.

Pat Wade
Santa Barbara, CA

On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 3:48 PM Gary McMills <santafe@...> wrote:

I am building several company houses in HO scale and I would like to model them with shingles for their roofs.

Is there a manufacturer that makes nice scale shingles in HO scale ?


best regards,

Gary McMills - Vicksburg Miss.


Re: HO scale shingles

Eric Hansmann
 

A friend uses brick pattern embossed plastic sheet. His models look great. 


Eric Hansmann
Murfreesboro, TN

On Mar 29, 2022, at 5:48 PM, Gary McMills <santafe@...> wrote:

I am building several company houses in HO scale and I would like to model them with shingles for their roofs.

Is there a manufacturer that makes nice scale shingles in HO scale ?


best regards,

Gary McMills - Vicksburg Miss.


Re: HO scale shingles

Patrick Wade
 

Campbell's at one time made shingles that can in a long roll. As I recall they had glue on the back that you simply moistened.

Pat Wade
Santa Barbara, CA

On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 3:48 PM Gary McMills <santafe@...> wrote:

I am building several company houses in HO scale and I would like to model them with shingles for their roofs.

Is there a manufacturer that makes nice scale shingles in HO scale ?


best regards,

Gary McMills - Vicksburg Miss.


Re: ATSF 6145

mopacfirst
 

I'm partway through an experiment.  I bought online an undec CB&T car, since I didn't have one.  Rather than sacrifice an undec Branchline, I bought one online from some roadname that was easily available and that I'd never use as-is.  I sawed the CB&T sides away from the carbody and cleaned up the edges.  Not easy, but not intricate cuts either.  Then I cur the Branchline sides off the carbody, a bit trickier, but made easier since the CB&T sides are thicker than the Branchline.  (Better mold design techniques, presumably.)  The CB&T sides are close to a foot shorter than the Branchline, so I will shim on each end, probably more on the right side since I can use the ladder to help hide this. My plan is to use the ends to help get the sides aligned in the correct plane.  

This gives me a much better, in my opinion, ends and roof.  I'm building a car with 15' door openings, MP 80000 series.

Ron Merrick


Re: Westerfield CB&Q XM-18 off the bench

Danny Rodriguez
 

Nice build. I really like the weathering.

Danny Rodriguez


HO scale shingles

Gary McMills
 

I am building several company houses in HO scale and I would like to model them with shingles for their roofs.

Is there a manufacturer that makes nice scale shingles in HO scale ?


best regards,

Gary McMills - Vicksburg Miss.


Re: ATSF 6145

Allan Smith
 

I have conductors lists from the Sierra Railroad in 1952 & 1954. There are 26 Fe-26 ATSF cars on my lists. They were loaded with lumber for various cities in the east. 

Al Smith
Sonora CA

On Tuesday, March 29, 2022, 02:54:23 PM PDT, Clark Propst via groups.io <cepropst@...> wrote:


Thanks for all the assistance on this, but the car was in auto parts service at the time I model. I model a grange branch. These cars would not be seen there. On to another...
Clark


Re: New York Central well-hole car

Kenneth Montero
 

Quality Craft also made an HO kit of the same model.

Ken Montero

On 03/29/2022 6:06 PM Bruce Smith <smithbf@...> wrote:


Folks,


Did y’all miss the fact that the model is O scale? 😊  In addition, “Buckeye” was a manufacturer of trucks. There are multiple types of 3 axle trucks made by Buckeye.


Regards,

Bruce Smith

Auburn, AL


From: <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Kenneth Montero <va661midlo@...>
Reply-To: "main@RealSTMFC.groups.io" <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io>
Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 at 4:48 PM
To: "main@RealSTMFC.groups.io" <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io>
Subject: [EXT] Re: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car


CAUTION: Email Originated Outside of Auburn.

Johannes,

 

Other manufacturers of Buckeye trucks:

 

LaBelle (formerly Bethlehem Car Works, formerly Cape Line or Red Ball, not certain which one) no. Ho-505 - metal trucks -- https://www.labellemodels.com/series-freight-trucks-c-32_34_56.html?osCsid=5bfs89q3ahd1ppphd72g88nf34

 

On Ebay, there is a vendor, thetrainshopva@..., that is selling a resin Buckeye truck without wheelsets.

 

Precision Scale used to make working (sprung) Buckeye trucks - part no. 3197. It shows up periodically on Ebay.

 

Roco made a U.S. Army (and others) flat car with 6-wheel trucks, which may have been Buckeye trucks. I do not know if they were available separately, nor do I know if they were Buckeye trucks.

 

I hope that this helps.

 

Ken Montero

 

On 03/29/2022 11:03 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:



Many thanks Ken,

 

I don't have such a kit (but seeing Richards and Bill Pardies great results maybe I should look out for one), I asked because the trucks look better than the Athearn Buckeyes. The brake shoes are a little heavy - but they are there at all! We need fine plastic/ delrin plain bearing buckeye freight trucks - the only ones (I know of) are from Athearn and Eastern Car Works - both without brake shoes.

 

Greetings

 

Johannes

 

Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 16:52 Uhr
Von: "Kenneth Montero" <va661midlo@...>
An: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car

Johannes,

 

The kit came with trucks - unasssembled and without wheelsets. Quality Craft recommended the use of Athearn wheelsets.  If using a different brand of wheelsets, check the length of the axles and compare that to the Athearn axle length.

 

Ken Montero.

On 03/29/2022 4:44 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello Richard,

 

this is a nice model! Did the trucks come with the kit and are a Quality Craft's own creation, or something else?

 

Thanks and greetings

 

Johannes

 

Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 02:15 Uhr
Von: "Richard Scott" <rlscott5709@...>
An: "Steam Era Freight Cars" <main@realstmfc.groups.io>
Betreff: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car

I built this model of NYC well-hole car 499086 from a Quality Craft "1977 O Prestige Collector's Kit" after it had aged in several basements for 44 years.  Our list's "Quality Craft question" posts from last December were timely and most helpful - I ignored the kit's instructions to "Place the train line on both sides of the car" and I used kingpins to attach the trucks, as Ed Bommer suggested.  I made styrene replacements for the kit's paper parts and added uncoupling levers, brake beams and Precision Scale brake hoses.  I painted the car with MicroMark acrylics and weathered it lightly with AIM powders.

 

The car's removable load is based on a photo I found on the Fallen Flags website (www.rr-fallenflags.org/pc/pc768040g06.jpg).  I have no idea what the huge rings were for, but they make interesting cargo.

 

I have an album featuring some of my models on the first page of our photo section.  They're all O scale and include everything from scratchbuilds to modified RTR cars.  I hope you will enjoy looking through them.



Re: New York Central well-hole car

Kenneth Montero
 

Jphannes,

I forgot to add that Cal-Scale also used to sell a Buckeye truck. Overland Models imported a Buckeye truck many years ago.

Ken Montero

On 03/29/2022 5:47 PM Kenneth Montero <va661midlo@...> wrote:


Johannes,

Other manufacturers of Buckeye trucks:

LaBelle (formerly Bethlehem Car Works, formerly Cape Line or Red Ball, not certain which one) no. Ho-505 - metal trucks -- https://www.labellemodels.com/series-freight-trucks-c-32_34_56.html?osCsid=5bfs89q3ahd1ppphd72g88nf34

On Ebay, there is a vendor, thetrainshopva@..., that is selling a resin Buckeye truck without wheelsets.

Precision Scale used to make working (sprung) Buckeye trucks - part no. 3197. It shows up periodically on Ebay.

Roco made a U.S. Army (and others) flat car with 6-wheel trucks, which may have been Buckeye trucks. I do not know if they were available separately, nor do I know if they were Buckeye trucks.

I hope that this helps.

Ken Montero

On 03/29/2022 11:03 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:


Many thanks Ken,

I don't have such a kit (but seeing Richards and Bill Pardies great results maybe I should look out for one), I asked because the trucks look better than the Athearn Buckeyes. The brake shoes are a little heavy - but they are there at all! We need fine plastic/ delrin plain bearing buckeye freight trucks - the only ones (I know of) are from Athearn and Eastern Car Works - both without brake shoes.

Greetings

Johannes
 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 16:52 Uhr
Von: "Kenneth Montero" <va661midlo@...>
An: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car
Johannes,

The kit came with trucks - unasssembled and without wheelsets. Quality Craft recommended the use of Athearn wheelsets.  If using a different brand of wheelsets, check the length of the axles and compare that to the Athearn axle length.

Ken Montero.
On 03/29/2022 4:44 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:


Hello Richard,

this is a nice model! Did the trucks come with the kit and are a Quality Craft's own creation, or something else?

Thanks and greetings

Johannes
 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 02:15 Uhr
Von: "Richard Scott" <rlscott5709@...>
An: "Steam Era Freight Cars" <main@realstmfc.groups.io>
Betreff: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car
I built this model of NYC well-hole car 499086 from a Quality Craft "1977 O Prestige Collector's Kit" after it had aged in several basements for 44 years.  Our list's "Quality Craft question" posts from last December were timely and most helpful - I ignored the kit's instructions to "Place the train line on both sides of the car" and I used kingpins to attach the trucks, as Ed Bommer suggested.  I made styrene replacements for the kit's paper parts and added uncoupling levers, brake beams and Precision Scale brake hoses.  I painted the car with MicroMark acrylics and weathered it lightly with AIM powders.

The car's removable load is based on a photo I found on the Fallen Flags website (www.rr-fallenflags.org/pc/pc768040g06.jpg).  I have no idea what the huge rings were for, but they make interesting cargo.

I have an album featuring some of my models on the first page of our photo section.  They're all O scale and include everything from scratchbuilds to modified RTR cars.  I hope you will enjoy looking through them.


Re: New York Central well-hole car

Bruce Smith
 

Folks,


Did y’all miss the fact that the model is O scale? 😊  In addition, “Buckeye” was a manufacturer of trucks. There are multiple types of 3 axle trucks made by Buckeye.

 

Regards,

Bruce Smith

Auburn, AL

 

From: <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Kenneth Montero <va661midlo@...>
Reply-To: "main@RealSTMFC.groups.io" <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io>
Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 at 4:48 PM
To: "main@RealSTMFC.groups.io" <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io>
Subject: [EXT] Re: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car

 

CAUTION: Email Originated Outside of Auburn.

Johannes,

 

Other manufacturers of Buckeye trucks:

 

LaBelle (formerly Bethlehem Car Works, formerly Cape Line or Red Ball, not certain which one) no. Ho-505 - metal trucks -- https://www.labellemodels.com/series-freight-trucks-c-32_34_56.html?osCsid=5bfs89q3ahd1ppphd72g88nf34

 

On Ebay, there is a vendor, thetrainshopva@..., that is selling a resin Buckeye truck without wheelsets.

 

Precision Scale used to make working (sprung) Buckeye trucks - part no. 3197. It shows up periodically on Ebay.

 

Roco made a U.S. Army (and others) flat car with 6-wheel trucks, which may have been Buckeye trucks. I do not know if they were available separately, nor do I know if they were Buckeye trucks.

 

I hope that this helps.

 

Ken Montero

 

On 03/29/2022 11:03 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:

 

 

Many thanks Ken,

 

I don't have such a kit (but seeing Richards and Bill Pardies great results maybe I should look out for one), I asked because the trucks look better than the Athearn Buckeyes. The brake shoes are a little heavy - but they are there at all! We need fine plastic/ delrin plain bearing buckeye freight trucks - the only ones (I know of) are from Athearn and Eastern Car Works - both without brake shoes.

 

Greetings

 

Johannes

 

Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 16:52 Uhr
Von: "Kenneth Montero" <va661midlo@...>
An: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car

Johannes,

 

The kit came with trucks - unasssembled and without wheelsets. Quality Craft recommended the use of Athearn wheelsets.  If using a different brand of wheelsets, check the length of the axles and compare that to the Athearn axle length.

 

Ken Montero.

On 03/29/2022 4:44 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello Richard,

 

this is a nice model! Did the trucks come with the kit and are a Quality Craft's own creation, or something else?

 

Thanks and greetings

 

Johannes

 

Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 02:15 Uhr
Von: "Richard Scott" <rlscott5709@...>
An: "Steam Era Freight Cars" <main@realstmfc.groups.io>
Betreff: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car

I built this model of NYC well-hole car 499086 from a Quality Craft "1977 O Prestige Collector's Kit" after it had aged in several basements for 44 years.  Our list's "Quality Craft question" posts from last December were timely and most helpful - I ignored the kit's instructions to "Place the train line on both sides of the car" and I used kingpins to attach the trucks, as Ed Bommer suggested.  I made styrene replacements for the kit's paper parts and added uncoupling levers, brake beams and Precision Scale brake hoses.  I painted the car with MicroMark acrylics and weathered it lightly with AIM powders.

 

The car's removable load is based on a photo I found on the Fallen Flags website (www.rr-fallenflags.org/pc/pc768040g06.jpg).  I have no idea what the huge rings were for, but they make interesting cargo.

 

I have an album featuring some of my models on the first page of our photo section.  They're all O scale and include everything from scratchbuilds to modified RTR cars.  I hope you will enjoy looking through them.


Re: ATSF 6145

Clark Propst
 

Thanks for all the assistance on this, but the car was in auto parts service at the time I model. I model a grange branch. These cars would not be seen there. On to another...
Clark


Re: New York Central well-hole car

Kenneth Montero
 

Johannes,

Other manufacturers of Buckeye trucks:

LaBelle (formerly Bethlehem Car Works, formerly Cape Line or Red Ball, not certain which one) no. Ho-505 - metal trucks -- https://www.labellemodels.com/series-freight-trucks-c-32_34_56.html?osCsid=5bfs89q3ahd1ppphd72g88nf34

On Ebay, there is a vendor, thetrainshopva@..., that is selling a resin Buckeye truck without wheelsets.

Precision Scale used to make working (sprung) Buckeye trucks - part no. 3197. It shows up periodically on Ebay.

Roco made a U.S. Army (and others) flat car with 6-wheel trucks, which may have been Buckeye trucks. I do not know if they were available separately, nor do I know if they were Buckeye trucks.

I hope that this helps.

Ken Montero

On 03/29/2022 11:03 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:


Many thanks Ken,

I don't have such a kit (but seeing Richards and Bill Pardies great results maybe I should look out for one), I asked because the trucks look better than the Athearn Buckeyes. The brake shoes are a little heavy - but they are there at all! We need fine plastic/ delrin plain bearing buckeye freight trucks - the only ones (I know of) are from Athearn and Eastern Car Works - both without brake shoes.

Greetings

Johannes
 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 16:52 Uhr
Von: "Kenneth Montero" <va661midlo@...>
An: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car
Johannes,

The kit came with trucks - unasssembled and without wheelsets. Quality Craft recommended the use of Athearn wheelsets.  If using a different brand of wheelsets, check the length of the axles and compare that to the Athearn axle length.

Ken Montero.
On 03/29/2022 4:44 AM vapeurchapelon <j.markwart@...> wrote:


Hello Richard,

this is a nice model! Did the trucks come with the kit and are a Quality Craft's own creation, or something else?

Thanks and greetings

Johannes
 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. März 2022 um 02:15 Uhr
Von: "Richard Scott" <rlscott5709@...>
An: "Steam Era Freight Cars" <main@realstmfc.groups.io>
Betreff: [RealSTMFC] New York Central well-hole car
I built this model of NYC well-hole car 499086 from a Quality Craft "1977 O Prestige Collector's Kit" after it had aged in several basements for 44 years.  Our list's "Quality Craft question" posts from last December were timely and most helpful - I ignored the kit's instructions to "Place the train line on both sides of the car" and I used kingpins to attach the trucks, as Ed Bommer suggested.  I made styrene replacements for the kit's paper parts and added uncoupling levers, brake beams and Precision Scale brake hoses.  I painted the car with MicroMark acrylics and weathered it lightly with AIM powders.

The car's removable load is based on a photo I found on the Fallen Flags website (www.rr-fallenflags.org/pc/pc768040g06.jpg).  I have no idea what the huge rings were for, but they make interesting cargo.

I have an album featuring some of my models on the first page of our photo section.  They're all O scale and include everything from scratchbuilds to modified RTR cars.  I hope you will enjoy looking through them.


Re: CB&Q 36' Livestock Car Kit

Ted Schnepf
 

Hello,

The same car in O scale, in urethane, is $90.00.  4 times the size of HO.

Ted Schnepf
126 Will Scarlet,
Elgin, Ill. 60120


847=697-5353


On Monday, March 28, 2022, 03:19:25 PM CDT, Alexander Schneider Jr <aschneiderjr@...> wrote:


For those interested, price is $74.95.


Re: ATSF 6145

Tim O'Connor
 


Clearly not to scale! :-D No wonder some thought they were 50 foot cars.

On 3/29/2022 3:08 PM, charles slater wrote:
Clark here is the Folio sheet for the Fe-26 40 foot cars, it will tell you everything you want to know about these cars. 
Hope this helps
Charlie Slater MSFM

Sent from Outlook


From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Clark Propst via groups.io <cepropst@...>
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2022 2:12 PM
To: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io>
Subject: [RealSTMFC] ATSF 6145
 
I've been bitten by the Front Range 40' DD box car bug...Cna someone tell me about this car? What year was it built and what roof would it have?
Thanks, 
Clark

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--
Tim O'Connor
Sterling, Massachusetts


Re: ATSF 6145

charles slater
 

Clark here is the Folio sheet for the Fe-26 40 foot cars, it will tell you everything you want to know about these cars. 
Hope this helps
Charlie Slater MSFM

Sent from Outlook


From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Clark Propst via groups.io <cepropst@...>
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2022 2:12 PM
To: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io>
Subject: [RealSTMFC] ATSF 6145
 
I've been bitten by the Front Range 40' DD box car bug...Cna someone tell me about this car? What year was it built and what roof would it have?
Thanks, 
Clark


Re: Westerfield CB&Q XM-18 off the bench

Tony Thompson
 

Good looking car, Charlie. I like it.

Tony Thompson
tony@...

4021 - 4040 of 195460