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Re: PC: Modeling PC
- Subject: Re: PC: Modeling PC
- From: MARK & CYNTHIA <mc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 10 Sep 1997 10:22:34 -0400
MARK & CYNTHIA wrote:
> Eben_Corbiere -AT- infinium.com wrote:
> > Does anyone know of any article in MR, RMC, etc. dealing with modeling PC
> > and/or it's equipment? I have the last two years of MR and various back
> > issues dating to 1989 and not seen a single thing on PC. I know there are
> > as many anti-PC fans as there are PC fans (perhaps more), but there must be
> > some articles dating back to the '70s?
> > BTW, I just noticed the only PC diesel models in any of the mags I have.
> > Page 77 of the August '90 MR has a shot of the HO scale Pasadena Model
> > Railroad Club roundhouse with 4 PC units on one of the shop tracks. Looks
> > like they are all stock production models, a F9 with red P (?), U-Bout
> > (Athearn U28C?), a GP38 or GP40 (Atlas), and another unidentifiable hood
> > unit.
> > Eben
> OK, here is a list of articles that i could find, I thought there was more but I couldn't find them.
All articles are in Model Railroading.
April and May 92 Cresson Helper pool(article about CR but with
some PC stuff included)
July 93 Penn Central F-7's
later issue(not sure of date) PRR SD-40's with some PC stuff
I hope this will further your determination on modeling the mighty PC.
It must be a red team green team thing that nobody wants to admit that
the PC ever existed. It was a great rr that should be paid more
attention to, besides it was the main rr for CR.
long live the PC
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