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  1. bostonjim
    What a great scratch-building idea. Thanks
  2. r_i_straw
    @RailMix It appears that the RPO/Baggage car has been repainted from Daylight colors to silver with a scarlet stripe. That happened the summer of 1951. The train was discontinued August 1, 1954.
  3. RailMix
    Nice photo. Time is growing short for steam power on the SP, judging by the vintage of the tractors on the flat car and the less than natty appearance of the locomotive. Mid 50's?
  4. r_i_straw
    Google Satellite link. https://www.google.com/maps/place/30%C2%B052'06.2%22N+96%C2%B035'05.8%22W/@30.8685413,-96.5852275,159m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x0!8m2!3d30.8684!4d-96.58495
  5. RailMix
    Love this. It's a totally universal American small town scene. It could be anywhere.

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