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    Rick, Good Cheer, and Health to you & yours, and all the BLW_ZT team...thanks for all the great models provided to the community!
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    Cheers, Gerry
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    Quote Originally Posted by R. Steele View Post
    Rick, Good Cheer, and Health to you & yours, and all the BLW_ZT team...thanks for all the great models provided to the community!
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    Thanks! Just wish I had more time to do it!!!


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    Are the Erie Stillwell coaches available?

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    Robert

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    Weren't the NYW&B coaches built by the Pressed Steel Car Co. of Pittsburgh, PA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NW 2156 View Post
    Are the Erie Stillwell coaches available?

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    Robert
    Hi Robert,

    The 2021 “Veterans Day” troop train bonus (now overdue by more than a month), will include Erie, US Maritime Commission and New Haven versions. Should be available in the next day or two.


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    Quote Originally Posted by frliss View Post
    Weren't the NYW&B coaches built by the Pressed Steel Car Co. of Pittsburgh, PA?

    Fred
    Yes. After the NYW&B shutdown in 1937, 45 of the 95 cars were claimed by the NYNH&H and converted to standard coaches by removing electrical gear and the center doors. They were used in Boston commuter service from 1938-1955.


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    Late though it may be, I want to wish Gaetan, Chris, Max (if he's still with you guys) and yourself Rick (and anyone else behind the scenes I missed) a fantastic Christmas and an amazing and prosperous year ahead.
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    So let me get this straight. You want to fly on a magic carpet, to see the king of the potato people... and plead with him for your freedom, and you're telling me you're completely sane?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarrant75 View Post
    Late though it may be, I want to wish Gaetan, Chris, Max (if he's still with you guys) and yourself Rick (and anyone else behind the scenes I missed) a fantastic Christmas and an amazing and prosperous year ahead.
    Thanks! Hoping that 2022 will be a fantastic year for everyone that enjoys this hobby.


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    Merry Christmas (it is still Xmas until Jan 6th!) and a Happy New Year to Rick and all!
    From the Easternmost outpost of trainsimming in the USA (Lubec ME)

    Jon

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