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RE: PC: NYC sharks that didn't make it to PC
- Subject: RE: PC: NYC sharks that didn't make it to PC
- From: Patrick <seaboardempire@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2001 22:49:51 -0500 (EST)
Someone posted a note prior to this one saying that the Sharks are in the briny deep because of the behavior of railfans. Is that true? Were they stealing parts of them? It just strikes me as both sad and odd that two of the most interesting, and I think inspiring, engines made are kept away from the only ones who will ever appreciate them. Is this, perhaps, one of the things that we should look at changing via the PCT&HS. I have not sent in my membership application yet, but when I do I think one of our goals should be to cooperate with the NYC society to bring the Sharks out again. Isn't this worth the effort?
seaboardempire -AT- earthlink.net
From: Onanrail54 -AT- aol.com
To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
Sent: January 18, 2001 3:35:35 AM GMT
Subject: PC: NYC sharks that didn't make it to PC
Two of the sharks (the last two)? went to D&H and eventually to the Michigan
Northern. Upon the demise of the MN the sharks went to the Escanaba & Lake
Superior where I believe they still reside buried deep in the engine
house....probably still in D&H paint.
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