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Re: PC: Missouri Pacific Flat Car
- Subject: Re: PC: Missouri Pacific Flat Car
- From: Stephen Vargo <anthrax2525@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2006 09:17:03 -0800 (PST)
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It'd definitely make for an interesting turn.
I was only saying, too, that work train equipment tends to stay in old paint/owner marks/etc. longer because it's captive to the system. It's not going anywhere, per se, so no great motivation to get things up to date.
Bjorn890 -AT- aol.com wrote:
Thank you all for your insight. I am then assuming it simply a car in the aforementioned similar shade. And I was not trying to imply that Union Pacific needs to give priority to repainting it's MOW equipment. I apologize. However, I would like to see those coffee makers in the switch engines some day :P
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