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Re: PC: Building color
- Subject: Re: PC: Building color
- From: Stephen Vargo <anthrax2525@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 15:05:16 -0700 (PDT)
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Recalling properly, the old Whiting, IN interlocking tower was grayish-white with black windowframes, door and shingle roof.
"Craig E. Hatter" <ns4610 -AT- bluegrass.net> wrote:
What is/are the correct color(s) for ex-PRR frame buildings such as
towers/shanties/crossing towers, etc. In PRR/PC/NYC books and magazine
articles, as well as modeling renditions, I have seen 2-tone gray as well as
all red. Thanks.
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