NW-Modeling-List Digest, Vol 58, Issue 7

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Mon Nov 10 20:13:25 EST 2008


Those were a Pm and a P3. But after they went to Chicago for Orland
Park Cannon Ball service.

I understand the steps were fixed down before that but the spottting
feature would be romoving the vestibule dutch doors.

All of the S-2s.


Rick C. Stone
NWHS #0001

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>Does any know what class the Soho brass coaches #1001 and #1009 represent?

>Also what 10/6 sleepers were painted in the blue scheme.



>Stephen Rineair


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