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George D
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A kitbashed walthers Import Motors kit.



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Hope this qualifies as a tank car. Just got the 7oz Pabst can in the mail yesterday. Don't know what to paint the frame other than black



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Rick
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3 tanks in the yard at The Model RR Club.




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This Tank is on my Layout.




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Nifty lookin' Whippet.

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Rick
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A unique water tank at The Model RR club.




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Rick
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Still at The Model RR Club.




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Dutchman
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Andy Rubbo is a Jersey guy who models the PRR. His overhead wiring is fantastic.

If you look through the catenary in the first photo you can just see a Wheatena water tower. The second photo shows a closeup.










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BurleyJim
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This one for Veteran's Day!




Still defending this Country from all enemies foreign and domestic!

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Rick
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Bruce, do you know what areas of the PRR that Andy models.
Catenary does look good and looks like a section of the corridor that I work.

One more The Model RR Club.




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Dutchman
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Bruce, do you know what areas of the PRR that Andy models.
Catenary does look good and looks like a section of the corridor that I work.





Rick, he models the Northeast Corridor, but I'm not sure of the exact areas of that.


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Rick
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Bruce, that 5'th track limits where that could be.
There's a section east of Philly with 5 tracks (4 Amtrack and 1 Conrail) a near Linden, NJ and just west of Newark are two other possibilities.

This is on Ira's layout.




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Dutchman
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Roof top tank on Andy Rubbo's PRR.







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quote:
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Originally posted by Rick

Bruce, do you know what areas of the PRR that Andy models.
Catenary does look good and looks like a section of the corridor that I work.





Rick, he models the Northeast Corridor, but I'm not sure of the exact areas of that.




Northern NJ portion, around Metuchen, Elizabeth, Rahway, etc. Here is one article of his layout from four years ago:
http://mrhpub.com/2016-11-nov/online/html5/index.html?page=126&noflash

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Rick
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quote:
Originally posted by Dutchman

quote:
Originally posted by Rick

Bruce, do you know what areas of the PRR that Andy models.
Catenary does look good and looks like a section of the corridor that I work.





Rick, he models the Northeast Corridor, but I'm not sure of the exact areas of that.




Northern NJ portion, around Metuchen, Elizabeth, Rahway, etc. Here is one article of his layout from four years ago:
http://mrhpub.com/2016-11-nov/online/html5/index.html?page=126&noflash

Chuck




Thanks Chuck, that makes sense.
In the picture Bruce posted must be between Elizabeth and Rahway.



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