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by James Kinkaid
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  • Author:
    James Kinkaid
  • ISBN:
    187888784X
  • ISBN13:
    978-1878887849
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  • Publisher:
    Morning Sun Books; 1st edition (1998)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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Color guide to Penn Central's eclectic collection of rolling stock: pure PC, no PRR, or NYC, NH cars owned by PC. 128 pages, all in color. Freight and passenger cars came from the merger of the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) and New York Central (NYC), and in 1969, the New Haven (NH) was added to the fold. While PC inherited a number of interesting cars, even in its short eight-year lifespan the railroad purchased many thousands of pieces of equipment in an attempt to serve its markets in the Northeast and Mid-west. Chapters also include photos of Cabooses and sundry Maintenance of Way (MOW) equipment.

Contents: Illinois Central: Passenger. The varied equipment of the Illinois Central and Gulf Mobile & Ohio railroads is examined in this all-color book through more than 300 photographs. A small chapter on the merged Illinois Central Gulf companies completes this all-color book. Contents: Illinois Central: Passenger, pp. 4-31; Box Car, pp. 32-48; Covered Hopper, pp. 49-54; Flat Car, pp. 55-69; Gondola, 60-62; Intermodal, pp. 63-64; Refrigerator, pg.

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Color guide to Penn Central's eclectic collection of rolling stock: pure PC, no PRR, or NYC, NH cars owned by PC. 128 pages, all in color

Color guide to Penn Central's eclectic collection of rolling stock: pure PC, no PRR, or NYC, NH cars owned by PC.

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Color guide to Penn Central's eclectic collection of rolling stock: pure PC, no PRR, or NYC, NH cars owned by PC. 128 pages, all in color.

BroWelm
It greatly enhanced my knowledge on the PC RR paint schemes.
This will help me a great deal in my efforts to take control of the Norfolk Southern and its hellish twin CSX. So that I can purchase both and reconstitute them back into the Penn Central II as nature intended.
Butius
This is a very difficult book to find and will cost you a pretty penny to acquire. Lots of color pictures of Penn Central Rolling Stock, but not as comprehensive as I would have hoped. Certainly has lots of information for the PC fan, but considering what you will pay to acquire a copy, grossly overpriced for the return on your investment.
Kare
Excellent book
Sat
A must-have book for Penn Central fans and modelers. This volume contains hundreds of photos, complete with detailed captions presenting the large and varied fleet of equipment PC operated between February 1, 1968 and April 1, 1976, the formation of Conrail. Freight and passenger cars came from the merger of the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) and New York Central (NYC), and in 1969, the New Haven (NH) was added to the fold. While PC inherited a number of interesting cars, even in its short eight-year lifespan the railroad purchased many thousands of pieces of equipment in an attempt to serve its markets in the Northeast and Mid-west. Chapters also include photos of Cabooses and sundry Maintenance of Way (MOW) equipment. I would like to see a second volume published, there seems to never be enough photos of Penn Central to satisfy insatiable modelers!