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Re: Central of Georgia Railway Standard stations

Hi Thomas, Thank you very much: they are incredibly useful, and have filled in some gaps in my knowledge which would have otherwise led to an error in some
Simon Dunkley
Dec 14, 2014
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Re: Central of Georgia Railway Standard stations

Six original architectural drawings/plans for the Savannah, Georgia, Central of Georgia Railway Company station and outlying buildings - Price Estimate: $2000
thomasbordeaux333
Dec 13, 2014
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Vintage toy trains for sale - Gainesville,GA

I'm thinning out my collection of Louis Marx O gage trains. I have eleven trains for sale for between $50 and $200 per set. I'll even throw in an oval of track
scrmcurator
Jul 18, 2014
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Re: Central of Georgia Railway Standard stations

Thank you sir. Ricky Allen Rupp To: GaRRHistory@yahoogroups.com From: GaRRHistory@yahoogroups.com Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2014 13:17:33 -0700 Subject: Re:
Ricky Rupp
Jun 4, 2014
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Re: Central of Georgia Railway Standard stations

I would suggest the Central of Georgia Historical Society. Southern Railway Historical Society may have something too. All I have are signal plans. Don  
Don Hensley
Jun 4, 2014
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Central of Georgia Railway Standard stations

Hi everyone, Does anyone know of any available plans for CG standard stations? I note that there was a kit available in both N and H0 scales for the C sized
simondunkley
Jun 4, 2014
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Re: Early diesel switcher paint schemes

Sorry, wasn't clear, but following on from the earlier messages in the thread, was talking about the Central. ... Simon Dunkley
Simon Dunkley
Oct 6, 2013
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Re: Early diesel switcher paint schemes

You're right, Frank - The Georgia Railroad owned neither model, but the Central did. I didn't pick up on that. You're absolutely correct. Bob Hanson ... From:
Robert Hanson
Oct 5, 2013
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Re: Early diesel switcher paint schemes

I'm curious, Simon, since you're asking about SW1 #2 and a S-2, are you looking for Georgia RR schemes? I ask because, I don't think the GA had either. The
Frank Greene
Oct 5, 2013
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Re: Early diesel switcher paint schemes

You would be interested, I suppose, in the as-delivered scheme. What you really need is a paint diagram. This would show exactly the specifications of the
Robert Hanson
Oct 5, 2013
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Re: Early diesel switcher paint schemes

Hi Robert, You are correct: I am in the UK. This makes you both close (figuratively) and far (physically)! I have an SW1, which is intended to be number 2, and
Simon Dunkley
Oct 5, 2013
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Re: Early diesel switcher paint schemes

How early, Simon? There were four switcher schemes - a very early scheme of black (or blue) with stripes, a slightly later one of blue with a silver band, a
Robert Hanson
Oct 4, 2013
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Re: Early diesel switcher paint schemes

More questions! Does anyone have any measurements of the early switcher livery, i.e. width of the white stripes, and location up from the deck, and size and
Simon Dunkley
Oct 4, 2013
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Re: Early diesel switcher paint schemes

Thanks, Robert. That actually makes me very happy, as painting will be simpler! I have some spare heralds, or at least, I can spare a couple for this purpose.
Simon Dunkley
Jul 24, 2013
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Re: Early diesel switcher paint schemes

Simon - The Central's switchers were, indeed, black with white trim and lettering. The herald was, at one time, available in a decal set but I suspect that
Robert Hanson
Jul 24, 2013
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