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23787

Freight cars for sale

Beings I won’t be modeling the Decker plant on my new layout I have a batch of excess cars that were associated with the plant. All would be regulars on the
rockroll50401
May 20
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23786

LIONEL M&StL TRAIN SET SOLD

HI I HAVE SOLD PART OF MY M&StL TRAIN SET.  WHAT I HAVE LEFT IS A RS3 M&StL ENGINE AND THE M&StL ADD ON 2 CAR SET (M&StL FLAT CAR AND ERIE LACKAWANNA
Neil Johnson
May 20
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23785

Re: Manly Iowa Depot

Was looking for info on the second depot. Doug's attachments will get me going!
mark.heinzig
May 17
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23784

Re: Manly Iowa Depot

great pics dave in nj In a message dated 5/16/2015 9:21:02 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, mstl@yahoogroups.com writes: Attached are the photos I have, one showing
lombardcae
May 16
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23783

Re: Manly Iowa Depot

The station in the old photo Doug attached is located at/near the junction (a little south) The train is on the RI, left, the M&StL track is straight in the
rockroll50401
May 16
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23782

Re: Manly Iowa Depot

Attached are the photos I have, one showing the two story BCRN depot. According to the ICC valuation Summary (valuation tour done in 1917, the summary 1928):
    Douglas Harding
    May 16
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    23781

    Re: Manly Iowa Depot

    Mark Which Depot are you talking about there were 2 first was a BCR&N two story depot later replaced by a brick structure. Robin
    rlb021958
    May 15
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    23780

    Manly Iowa Depot

    M&StLers, Does anyone in the group have any good photos of the Manly Iowa Depot (jointly with the Rock)? Or is anyone aware of a source for basic dimensions
    mark.heinzig
    May 15
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    23779

    LIONEL O GUAGE TRAIN SET WITH EXTRAS FOR SALE

    I HAVE A LIONEL RS-3 M&StL TRAIN SET FOR SALE.  SET INCLUDES TWO RS-3 ENGINES, BOTH M&STL BLUE AND GRAY, 1 M&STL GREEN BOX CAR, 1 C&IM GREEN BOX CAR, 1 M&STL
    Neil Johnson
    May 13
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    23778

    Re: Fun with words

    There IS a source for correct terminology. Real railroaders can use any terminology they care to and I'm OK with that as long as no one is injured as a
    genegreen1942
    May 12
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    23777

    Re: Fun with words

    Or have the car roll over it under the center-sill of a flat in the dead of night on a busy double track main line.  And as a dispatcher having to keep the
    STEVEN HOLDING
    May 11
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    23776

    Re: Fun with words

    I started on the old CB&Q and after working for Uncle Sam Ain't Released ME Yet got back on with BN.  in the early 90's as a train dispatcher in the Galesburg
    STEVEN HOLDING
    May 11
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    23775

    Re: Fun with words

    On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 8:07 AM, cepropst@... [mstl]
    Ken Secrest
    May 11
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    23774

    Re: Fun with words

    The different colloquialisms are quite interesting. When I was in the army we used to kid each other about them. A good friend, retired railroader, always
    rockroll50401
    May 11
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    23773

    Re: Fun with words

    All: Roof-Walk was what we/I called them when I was working. Paul.
    risrwy
    May 11
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