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PC: Flexi-Van car numbers...

   Speaking of ORER data, does anyone have the number series of all the 
Flexi-Van flat cars that the NYC had and what they were changed to in the PC 
numbering system?  Also, I would like to know the type of cars (i.e. MARK I, 
II, III, etc.).  Thanks...

>From: "Chris Osterhus" <su_carbs -AT- hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
>To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
>Subject: PC: PC Vacation errata
>Date: Mon, 08 Jul 2002 02:23:07 +0000
>Just got back from my vacation. Ok, on to the PC stuff.
>If anyone wants a copy of the 'Penn Central Color Guide to Freight and 
>Passenger Equipment,' the railroad museum at Strasburg has them for $29.99! 
>Yeah, you heard that right... $29.99... down from roughly $50! I'm not sure 
>how much longer they'll keep the price down, so get yours now. They *do* 
>have a website, but I can't remember it now. They also have 'A Sampling of 
>Penn Central' as well, but it's at the regular price.
>Former PRSL RDC-1 #M407 is still running on the Cape May Seashore Lines. I 
>saw it at the rail/bus terminal in town, and it looks great! Since I had a 
>few minutes to kill, I even got to see it head north out of town.
>One more thing. Are there any empty number series on the PC MoW roster? I 
>have an old Radio-Flyer wagon that I use in the train room... that's just 
>*begging* to be painted for PC :)
>--Chris Osterhus
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