Might be a dumb question, Re ORER


Paolo Roffo
 

To All -

This may be a stupid question, however, does anyone know where I could get my hands on an ORER, preferably from the 1950-1952 timeframe?  I tried searching the archives but either there wasn't anything to find, or Neo didn't want to work with me.

I should also mention that a PDF version would be fine; I'm interested in the information rather than the original document.

thanks
Paolo Roffo



Bruce Smith
 

Paolo,

Westerfield has the 1950 ORER on DVD - $22

Regards
Bruce Smith
Auburn, Al

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To All -

This may be a stupid question, however, does anyone know where I could get my hands on an ORER, preferably from the 1950-1952 timeframe?  I tried searching the archives but either there wasn't anything to find, or Neo didn't want to work with me.

I should also mention that a PDF version would be fine; I'm interested in the information rather than the original document.

thanks
Paolo Roffo





David Sieber
 

On STMFC, Paolo Roffo asked "This may be a stupid question, however, does anyone know where I could get my hands on an ORER, preferably from the 1950-1952 timeframe?  I tried searching the archives but either there wasn't anything to find, or Neo didn't want to work with me. I should also mention that a PDF version would be fine; I'm interested in the information rather than the original document."
 
Paolo,
Westerfield has ORERs on CD.  I have several and find them convenient, easy to use, and far less expensive to buy (and ship!) than a large, heavy hard copy.  https://id18538.securedata.net/westerfieldmodels.com/merchantmanager/index.php?cPath=107&page=3 
Hope this helps, Dave Sieber, Reno NV


Nelson Moyer <ku0a@...>
 

The NMRA online bookstore was running a sale a couple of weeks ago, and I got the 1953 ORER reprint at the member price of $15 plus shipping. I bought Freight Terminals and Trains with it, and it’s an interesting read with lots of operational information relative to prototype modelers into realistic operation.



Nelson Moyer



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To All -

This may be a stupid question, however, does anyone know where I could get my hands on an ORER, preferably from the 1950-1952 timeframe? I tried searching the archives but either there wasn't anything to find, or Neo didn't want to work with me.

I should also mention that a PDF version would be fine; I'm interested in the information rather than the original document.

thanks
Paolo Roffo







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