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Re: PC: Worms, PC Post
- Subject: Re: PC: Worms, PC Post
- From: "Rick" <rkiefer@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 9 Nov 1998 08:40:06 +0000
- Comments: Authenticated sender is <rkiefer -AT- mail.iusb.edu>
March 1, 1968 was the first. We have a lot of the PC Post at our
museum contact the Exec. Director David Bird,
artscul -AT- elkhartindiana.org, if you are interested in what is
available, price, and how to get them to you...if you're interested.
To everyone else, I apologize for not getting the newly painted GG1
posted on our web page we are having some difficulties in that
respect, the guy who took the digitized picture hasn't got it to us,
figures. FYI, http://NYCRRmuseum.Railfan.net/ hope you enjoy.
From: kelkel -AT- torchlake.com (Countryman, Kelly)
To: "penn central" <penn-central -AT- smellycat.com>
Subject: PC: Worms, PC Post
Date: Sun, 8 Nov 1998 22:52:26 -0800
Reply-to: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> From: Countryman, Kelly <kelkel -AT- torchlake.com>
> To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Subject: PC: Re: Re: PCHS Newsletter feedback
> Date: Saturday, November 07, 1998 1:25 PM
> I agree, the PC covered alot of area, believe it or not they even run up
> here in northern Michigan.
> How about "PC Worms"?
I submitted this tongue-in-cheek, but after looking at it I like
the name for a column in the newsletter.
Really, PC Post, is by far the best.
The Pere Marquette Historical Society names their publications
PM Rails and PM Tracks after former Pere Marquette Railroad
Does anyone know when the first PC Post was published and
how many, how frequent? I'm trying to get a collection together
and need to know how many issues I need. Anyone have doubles
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