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Thread: New BLWZT set: CNJ 1970's Southern Division with SD35's (and more)

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    And the last two... 7 locos. 6 different Fanim shapes!


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    Quote Originally Posted by rfranzosa View Post
    And the last two... 7 locos. 6 different Fanim shapes!

    Perfect Rick... The CNJ was such of mish-mosh when the RS3's They even had a few RS2's but they never really left the E'port area. All the numbers correspond perfect with what was used on the Southern Division, Barnegat Branch, Seashore Branch, NY&LB and the Elizabeth & Perth Amboy Line (Today's Chemical Coast Secondary). Nice to see both "Coast Guard" or "Red Baron" schemes on them too. You did perfect on the details. Mega Thumbs Up !
    I guess time to rework my spare time priorities now.... - Mark -

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    More Penn Central covered hoppers - 100 Ton cars to provide variety. Lots of them hauling sand, I presume.
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    Those 100 Ton covered hoppers came from the Pennsylvania and plenty of them were hauling sand as well:
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    PRR PS-2 70Ton cars seen on CNJ Southern Division:
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    Another Penn Central hopper photographed on the CNJ Southern Division:
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    One more Per diem bill going to Penn Central:
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    Another covered hopper found on CNJ on the Southern Division
    Was it for sand? Carrying potash to Tom's River chemical? I don't know, but it showed up in a photo.
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    Good lookin' hoppers, Chris.
    Cheers, R. Steele [Gerry] It's my railroad and I'll do what I want! Historically accurate attitude of US Railroad Barons.


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