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PC: Re: Number board longshot....

Might be easier to have one made up someplace.  All they are is plexiglass
or fiberglass, for a PC-style one you could always take white plexiglass,
mask your numbers and paint it (which is how the NYS&W did their number
boards).   If it was black on white, would be easier, I have an EMD-style
CSX one which is black numbers glued on the white plexiglass.

Bill K.

> From: Gene.Fusco -AT- lsil.com
> To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Subject: PC: Number board longshot....
> Date: Thursday, January 28, 1999 5:37 PM
> Here is a long shot request.
> I'd like to find one of the number boards from Penn Central E33 4610.
> I would like to use it to make a house address sign, so the actual 
> number is important. :^)
> Assuming they were not destroyed, there should be four of them floating
> around somewhere.
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