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Re: PC: Use of NYC reporting mark

Basically true...

Power that went to NS got PRR marks

Power that went to CSX got CSX marks

Rolling stock that went to NS stayed CR

Rolling stock that went to CSX got NYC

No engines that went to CSX ever got NYC...as no rolling stock that went
to NS got PRR

On Sat, 18 Oct 2003, Stephen Vargo wrote:

> When Conjob was broken up between the Norfolk Southern and CSX, old reporting marks were dusted off to denote the new equipment owners. CSX's allotment of engines and cars all received temporary NYC marks, and NS used PRR.
> What surprises me is that the shoppers kept the temp identity instead of fully relabeling it as a CSX car. There's probably some arcane reason behind it.
>"Gerhard A. Stuebben" <stuebben -AT- flash.net> wrote:
>I was surprised to see this car in Moraine, OH around noon today. It was
>repainted in April 2003.
>Gary Stuebben
>Dayton, OH
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