But what were the INTERIOR colors? (NW Modeling List)
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Wed Jun 27 09:58:52 EDT 2007
Going from memory (yes, I know that's a dangerous thing to do) here. I
recall passing thru one in 1964 and the corridor was a dark tan, as I
recall. I did ride another sleeper in the final weeks of the Pokey in 1971
and, I believe it was a grayish blue.
Federal Way, WA
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>> 2. 611 Questions/ Tender Conversion (NW Modeling List)
>>Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2007 19:27:58 -0700 (PDT)
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>> I'm working on an S2 10-6 sleeper using the recent Walthers offering
>>(undecorated) as the starting point.
>> What were the interior colors circa 1955-57? I don't need perfect
>>matches, just good enough to get the impression across when viewed through
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Tom Black
>> Beavercreek, Ohio
>I didn't see where any body had answered you yet.
>The bedroom walls were done in pairs. Two pairs a really pale pastel apple
>green (which my late wife really hated).
>The second pair were done in a pinkish beige pastel.
>The upholstery was in a darker green or darker deep red to match the room.
>The hallway was in the green color.
>I'm still not sure what color the vestibule was though.
>I hope that helps.
>Buchanan County Owner
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