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Re: PC: Re: PCHS Newsletter feedback
- Subject: Re: PC: Re: PCHS Newsletter feedback
- From: "MICHAEL ROSSI" <MFROSSI@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 8 Nov 1998 17:08:11 -0000
It's great to be getting all this attention to the PCHS newsletter name!
I always thought that the METROLINER or some variation would be a good
name, but the recent postings from west of the Hudson do bring up the
geographical quality of the Penn Central. It DIS exist west of the NE
How about something along the lines of the PC WORM? It is NOT geographical
and it ,by the nature of the PC emblem, shows the variety of directions the
railroad lines went.
Another sugggestion from North Grafton, MA, "near the Tail End of the
C in PC".
> From: EMDSD80MAC -AT- aol.com
> To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Subject: Re: PC: Re: PCHS Newsletter feedback
> Date: Saturday, November 07, 1998 8:29 PM
> In a message dated 11/7/98 11:12:05 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> nrw -AT- email.msn.com writes:
> << Whatever name is chosen, please, do not use any type of name that
> indicative of a geographic region. I am in Marion, OH and yes Virginia,
> there is a world west of the NE Corridor.
> I'm sure not everyone can be truly happy. And besides, The Metroliner,
> though not my favorite choice, is classy. It says Penn Central to anyone
> has read about her or railfanned along her borders. It's a nice, safe,
> "blanket" reference to the PC. In those days, when you used the word
> Metroliner to railfans, they would think...PC
> Ed St.George
> Dedham, MA, Home of the famous Avery Oak!
> Mike Rossi MFROSSI -AT- worldnet.att.net
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