N&W MOW Green

NW Modeling List nw-modeling-list at nwhs.org
Fri Jan 4 08:53:56 EST 2008

I have some of the Athearn equipment too. I'm going to leave them as purchased MOW green, considered 'close enough' for sitting on a siding. I may renumber any duplicates. Thanks for the tip, John Rhodes, on the C&NW green. I'll have to check that out. Without going into the Long inventory, I believe the Athearn MOW tank car (at least the kit) is black on the bottom half which will be incorrect.
Charlie Long

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>I have the Athearn MOW car (looks like a RPO) and flat (looks like a N&W FD flat car) They are already in green with N&W markings. Do I need to repaint these cars? BTW, I model around 1956.

>Lois J. Ponton

>Modeling 1950's Williamson




>Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2008 17:06:47 -0500To: nw-modeling-list at nwhs.orgSubject: Re: N&W MOW GreenFrom: nw-modeling-list at nwhs.orgMark,I Chicago and Northwestern green. Might be better ones out there though.John Rhodes

>On Jan 2, 2008 5:00 PM, NW Modeling List < nw-modeling-list at nwhs.org> wrote:

>I'm sure this has been covered before but can anyone recommend a close match for N&W MOW Green?Thanks!Mark PeeleCatonsville, MD================================N&W in N scale________________________________________NW-Modeling-List at nwhs.orgTo change your subscription go tohttp://list.nwhs.org/mailman/options/nw-modeling-list Browse the NW-Mailing-List archives athttp://list.nwhs.org/pipermail/nw-modeling-list/


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