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46302Re: [Z_Scale] Re: GP-35 NS and Conrail

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  • Daniel Egy
    Aug 4, 2006
      For Wabash and any other railroad, for that matter (current or past), GOOGLE "fallen flags". This will give you a web site with (almost) all road numbers and associated pictures of steam and diesel everywhere in the Western Hemisphere. I use it to help me detail any model that I obtain. My last use of this resource helped my superdetail a Norfolk Southern SD-9 out of an ancient Athern loco. Since I see those old (former NKP) loco's switching near my house, it was exciting to know that my road number of 54 was realistic.

      bobfage2000 <robertfage@...> wrote: --- In z_scale@yahoogroups.com, "railfan_nyc" <railfan_nyc@...> wrote:
      > The photos of these two loco's have given me brain damage. When will
      > they be offered? My Santa Fe unit is great but I live in North
      > Carolina and, there, NS and older Conrail paint schemes rule. We
      > Amtrack passengers prefer not to talk much about CSX, thank you.
      > Dan Egy


      While I commissioned these to be done by Scott Lupia, I do not have a
      problem with anyone else asking him to do them a conrail and a NS if
      they wish. I have paid for the artwork on the NS and had the luck to
      use the artwork previously commissioned by another person on the
      Conrail (which saved me a few $) Ask Scott...his e mail address is
      wpdj61@... The work is first class. I got a fast turnaround
      as well with the bonus of Loren supplying the second of the unpainted
      locos from his stock ljsnyder@... and sending it on my behalf
      to Scott to do the job.. saved me having to wait for a unpainted to
      travel from the USA to the UK and back again (Which I did with the
      Conrail). I am trying to find out if the other 7 Warbash GP35's also
      were painted in NS livery and if they were what the running numbers
      are.. then I can have a second GP35 painted and in a different number
      (still looking).

      Bob Fage (in the UK)

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