New Bluford Cabooses!

CraigfromBlufordShops Apr 25, 2019

  1. CraigfromBlufordShops

    CraigfromBlufordShops TrainBoard Supporter Advertiser

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  2. Hardcoaler

    Hardcoaler TrainBoard Member

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    Especially diggin' the Erie and B&O cabooses Craig. (y) They'll look great on my railroad!
     
  3. Ryan Wilkerson

    Ryan Wilkerson TrainBoard Member

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    SP caboose!
     
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  4. JMaurer1

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    Got me all excited about an SP caboose but it's post 1958 so it never existed in my world.
     
  5. BNSF FAN

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    That particular Southern paint scheme is an interesting choice.
     
  6. greenwizard88

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    Sweet! I've been looking everywhere for an NS cabooose or two.
     
  7. bremner

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    why? it was 1958-1980 something
     
  8. SP-Wolf

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    They are painted and lettered/numbered for the C-40-6 class. I will wait to see what the actual production model looks like - as the photo is a decent stand in. But, far from correct for an SP caboose. And, like for Jeff -- it is way to new for me.

    And -- the model looks to be closer to the rebuilt version of the C-40-6's --- the numbers should be 4300 - 4328.
    Again - it's a wait and see.

    My 2 pennies,
    Wolf
     
  9. BNSF FAN

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    I don't mean that in a bad way, it's just from the late 60's as a kid onward, I don't recall ever seeing it in person on trains rolling through Chattanooga TN. I've seen photos of that scheme and the only time I have ever seen it in person was at a RR museum in Spartanburg SC. Thus, to me, it is an interesting choice and would possibly be a unique future addition to my model RR empire.
     
  10. CraigfromBlufordShops

    CraigfromBlufordShops TrainBoard Supporter Advertiser

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    Early 50s to mid-60s actually. We are already working on a more modern version of Southern seen here: http://bluford-shops.com/bluford_93_043.htm and we wanted to do Southern cabooses from the transition era since there are so many nice Sylvan Green diesels available in N but not much in the way of matching cabooses. Plus they would go with our upcoming Southern black hoppers: http://bluford-shops.com/bluford_93_041.htm

    Craig
    www.bluford-shops.com
     
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  11. bremner

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    My mistake, I read Southern Pacific....
     
  12. BnOEngrRick

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    I would be in for at least a dozen B&O, but they would have to have the proper window arrangement, so I'll pass.
     

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