Re: [FJGRailroad] Caboose 3
- Paul, D&H 35707 would have been a wooden caboose... but it did not have the
FJ&G 3 would have been more like these:
Note the angular metal strips on the side --- that's how the 3 looked.
- Hi Aaron,
Thanks, that helped a lot. Red Ball has just finished the early design
work for an HO kit of D&H 35909 and this appears to be from the same
series FJ&G was originally from.
Aaron Keller wrote:
> Paul, D&H 35707 would have been a wooden caboose... but it did not have the
> outside bracing.
> FJ&G 3 would have been more like these:
> Note the angular metal strips on the side --- that's how the 3 looked.
- Yes, the photo of the blue Delaware Otsego Caboose was the former
--- In FJGRailroad@yahoogroups.com, Paul Charland <p.charlie@...>
> Hi Aaron,
> There was a listing on the Bridge Line web site for:
> D&H 35707 Cooperstown Jct, NY, Leatherstocking Railway Museum, NRHS
> Not sure if this was the same caboose or not but they also have two
> steel cabeese listed for this same museum. There was no listing
> D&H caboose being sold to the FJ&G but there was information onother
> cabeese going to other places.center
> Gino (I think or, or maybe it was you) posted a shot of an ex-D&H
> cupola caboose as LASB 305 in fresh blue paint about a month orthree
> ago, not sure if this was FJ&G 3 or another D&H caboose.I had the
> Paul :-)
> Aaron Keller wrote:
> > The D&H number was written on the frame underneath the caboose.
> > chance to write it down but don't think I did.the late 90s
> > Anybody know where it went after it left Marshall Machinery in
> > or early 2000s?
> > -Aaron
Charles Woolever wrote a few weeks ago asking about Caboose 3 for
modeling purposes. I just remembered that Steve Lamora has a killer
model of number 3. Lettering for the old FJG, not the DO. Steve, do
you have some info for Charles?