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PC: Re: PCHS Newsletter feedback

Whatever name is chosen, please, do not use any type of name that would be
indicative of a geographic region.  I am in Marion, OH and yes Virginia,
there is a world west of the NE Corridor.  The PC did operate in this part
of the world.  One of the names that has been suggested is 'Metroliner' and
that to me says only one thing the NE Corridor!!!!!  I am subscribed to
other mail lists and it seems that the civilised world ends with the western
boundary of Pennsylvania.  It doesn't matter if it was the EL,PRR,NYC,CR or
any others that I may have forgotten, don't forget the West End. Off my
Michael R Weatherhead
Marion, OH  Home of the famous AC Tower

-----Original Message-----
From: price <eprice -AT- skantech.net>
To: PC Group <penn-central -AT- smellycat.com>
Date: Tuesday, October 27, 1998 4:45 PM
Subject: PC: PCHS Newsletter feedback

>  Hi Fellas,
>I wanted to share with you all what I've received on the newsletter
>inquirery that I posted a couple weeks ago.
>  As Far as the name:
>The Worm................1 suggestion
>Penn Central Post...6 suggestions.....2 suggestions for not using it
>PC Railfan................1 suggestion
>Still thinking about a name.........2
>  A suggestion of using "PCHS Post" was submitted in the event there is
>copyright issues with using PC Post.
>  From what I have been reading as far as the format should be, this ranges
>far as well.  Suggestions from a Full color top notch publication to 5 8
>1/2 x 17 pages folded in half to a rather rudimentary publication that can
>be jazzed up later as the funds become available.
>  Obviously we have a wide range of thoughts on the subject.  Before I
>produce a cost estimate some more input is still needed.  The wide ranges
>format suggestions not to mention frequency and number printed all
>contribute to what this thing is going to cost.
>  Input here is greatly needed.  Once again please respond back to me so we
>don't tax the PC List server, and I'll post an update shortly there after.
>                                          Thanks
>                                           Ed
>eprice -AT- skantech.net

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