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Re: PC: Modeling PC

>>From: Philip.Kuhl -AT- ping.be  
>>Date: Fri, 12 Sep 1997 20:05:03 +0100 (GMT+0100)  
>>To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com  
>>Subject: Re: PC: Modeling PC  
>>I am not old enough to remember the Pennsy or the Central...I don't   
>really remember PC all that well either.    
>All I can really remember was seeing various paint schemes in and around 
>Pittsburgh during the mid to late 1970s. I remember black GP40s leading

>   ***   set out   ***   

>I model the PC during the 1970s.  However, I've taken a different   
>approach.  I've decided to model it as if it had continued...I may even 
>bring back NYC's famous 'Lightning Stipe' paint scheme!  
>Any other ideas?  

     Chris and all,

     There is a drawing of an AC4400CW done in a 'Modern NYC Lightning
     Stripe' paint scheme on the Central Indiana Division of the NMRA site
     at: http://ecicnet.org/~rhensley/cidwelco.html

     One of the contributors to the 'Rusty Spike' did an article about
     the loco that he had painted in this scheme and I modified a
     drawing by Joshua Moldover (Copyrighted 1996 and used with 
     permission) to represent Larry Shirley's loco. It was amazingly
     close, too.


Roger Hensley - 00rphensley -AT- bsuvc.bsu.edu - rhensley@ecicnet.org
Information Systems Specialist - Ball State University  - Muncie, IN
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=== Homepage of the Central Indiana Division, Midwest Region NMRA ==

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