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PC: Re: ????
- Subject: PC: Re: ????
- From: "Bill K" <pontiac@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 25 Jul 1998 14:03:54 -0400
Any further info on this car, what type or class it is?
as a general rule, hertiage of a car if not found on the upper right corner
of the body can be determined from the car class -
using covered hoppers as an example:
NYC - 128H
PRR/PC - H54
LV - CL16-A
EL - CE16-A
RDG - CR16-A
etc., I believe there won't be any other car classes however. Cars new to
CR seem to use the PRR/PC classes. Boxcars are a little different (the
heritage denominator trails the alphanumerical designation) but hoppers and
gons seem to all follow those rules.
Bill's Syracuse rail page
: From: Bill <alcoman -AT- net.bluemoon.net>
: To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
: Subject: PC: ????
: Date: Sunday, July 26, 1998 6:29 AM
: Would like to know the history on a piece of rolling stock that a friend
: mine is modelling... CR 597906 .....NYC or PRR or other and what was the
: original number when it was new?
: Thanks in advance and Good Day to All
: Will Enser
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