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Thread: Red fire hydrant?

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    Default Red fire hydrant?

    Are there any red fire hydrants available for MSTS these days? A simple red fire hydrant like this http://americanavk.com/images/hydrantpic.jpg?

    Robert

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    PM me
    Rick
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    Could use this, my hydrant was just freshly repainted!



    Paul :-)
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    Rick, Paul, Thank you both for your offers of assistance with a red fire hydrant. I was not sure anyone had ever considered such an object for the RE.

    I really appreciate the assistance.

    Robert

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    I drew my hydrant years ago for the Springfield Terminal, there was one right beside the tracks in the street across from the carbarn... yellow with silver top and connection caps.

    Paul :-)

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    Paul, Thank you for the hydrant. I am meaning to download some of your routes and give them a try even know they are not of geographic interest. I prefer the mainlines and old shortlines of the western states and california.

    Robert

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    The Fonda Johnstown and Gloversville is a western route... isn't it?

    Paul :-)

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    Paul, I was referring to the likes of the UP, SP, ATSF, D&RGW. I am also interested in the shortlines of California like the now defunct Amador Central RR. I also am interested in the likes of the Sierra back when the Baldwin S12 switchers were still used. Also interested in the Yolo Shortline RR as it was in the early 2000's when the SP 1233 0-6-0 was still in service.

    Robert

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    Oh, that west.

    Paul :-)

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