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Re: PC: PC T Shirts? -Reply


There's no need to be rude and boorish!   If you haven't noticed,
railfans come with more than one intrest.  Some people don't give a damn
about the freight cars as they're into Engines.  I myself enjoy
photographing and restoring cabooses (Hacks to us NH fans)and I would
NEVER insult people just besause they're into locos, or any single
element.  Your igonrance and stupidity goes unmatched...

james koo wrote:
> Enough locomotive enthusiast rubbish.  Just the official Penn Central
> Transportation Company symbol will do.  Just remember that a freight
> train starts with the first freight car.  Secondly, the GG-1 is as
> much PC as it is PRR.  To all you so-called Pennsy fans, PRR is PC.
> The selective neglect of history by so-called Pennsy fans only shows
> their ignorance and stupidity.
> >Date: Mon, 05 Oct 1998 07:53:16 -0500
> >From: Jim Homoki <JHOMOKI -AT- mbakercorp.com>
> >To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> >Subject: PC: PC T Shirts? -Reply
> >Reply-To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> >
> >
> > 10/05/98 09:14am >>>
> >Have any PC T-shirts been produced in the past, or are any available
> >now?
> >What would you like to see on a PC shirt? One idea is a PC GG-1 and E8
> >side-by-side.
> >Bryan Turner
> >_
> >Yes, I have a black one with the herald and "Route of the Metroliners"
> >below it.  Got it years ago at a show.
> >
> >I'd prefer something other than a GG1, partly because that engine
> >is hopelessly identified with the PRR.  An SD40 would be more of a
> >PC locomotive,  rather than old stuff aquired through the merger.
> >These locos were state of the art at the time PC was created.
> >
> >Jim
> >
> >
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