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Guys ; 
        Have we ever though of having the Convention out here in Indiana
?   I would be willing to start working on that for 2009 or 2010.  I
would think The Big four yard Avon ... Indy ... Just a Thought ?
Don Bryan 
Rockville In

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Sent: Friday, September 21, 2007 4:25 AM
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Subject: Penn Central Digest V7 #28

Penn Central Digest     Friday, September 21 2007     Volume 07 : Number

 Subjects in this issue:
     PC: Labor Contracts
     Re: PC: Building color
     PC: Scale Plans


Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 13:09:59 -0400
From: "Gregory Godfrey" <build -AT- greggodfrey.com>
Subject: PC: Labor Contracts

Hi, does anyone have any copies of labor agreements from the Penn
Central or
PRR days? 

Many thanks! Greg Godfrey


Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 15:05:16 -0700 (PDT)
From: Stephen Vargo <anthrax2525 -AT- yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: PC: Building color

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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Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 23:04:43 -0400
From: NH4142 -AT- webtv.net (John Wilson)
Subject: PC: Scale Plans

 For anyone who may have been inspired by Paul Blackenstose's
presentation "We Dig Coal" at the PCRRHS Convention: I have a set of
plans for a truck scale similar to those shown and described by Paul as
used at coal mines and tipples.
 The plans are for a scale built by Cardinal about 1975, with a capacity
of about 50 tons.
 Free to the first person to claim them and send $2.00 for postage.
 John W.


End of Penn Central Digest V7 #28

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