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Re: PC: Re: Re: PC MU # 1077

Thank you Bill K for pointing out a problem we would have to deal 
with if this car were to be accepted by the museum. Getting it 
here...We are a non profit organization and as suach have limited 
funds and a small volunteer base so any work anyone would "volunteer" 
toward the car being moved here the better, hurry before the merger 
is complete though...

Our Web Page has been moved....http://NYCRRmuseum.Railfan.net
Please note this.

Thank you, 

Rick Kiefer
National NYCRR Museum

Reply-to:      <pontiac -AT- dreamscape.com>
From:          "Bill K" <pontiac -AT- dreamscape.com>
To:            <penn-central -AT- smellycat.com>
Subject:       PC: Re: Re: PC MU # 1077
Date:          Thu, 17 Jun 1999 15:52:56 -0400
Reply-to:      penn-central -AT- smellycat.com

you might want to work on a way for it to get there...  Conrail never was
too friendly to moving "junk" unless you knew the right people, it may have
to go on a flatcar to get there - the more homework done, the more likely
someone is to accept the car.

Bill's Syracuse rail page 

: From: Mester123 -AT- aol.com
: To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
: Subject: PC: Re: PC MU # 1077
: Date: Sunday, June 21, 1998 11:57 PM
: After all of our conversation, how many people are interested in, or plan
: e-mail the National New York Central Railroad Museum's Executive
: David Bird about the National New York Central RR Museum preserving the
: NYC, ex-PC MU car we're all talking about?  As I said in my other e-mail,
: car needs to be preserved soon or it'll bne gone for good and then none
of us
: can get photos of it.  So now that we've made it (MU # 1077) so popular,
: many people are interested in e-mailing the National NYC RR Museum, one
of the
: last places and MOST fitting place for this car to go, to talk the
: NYC RR Museum into acquiring this car?
: I hope the results are good for old # 1077's sake!  
: John Weyhausen  

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