|Subject:||Re: [CBQ] Waycar Identification|
|From:||"James Sandrin" <sandmantrains@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Tue, 10 Nov 2020 08:41:17 -0700|
Greetings: The windows and end railings are the key identification details for a genuine NE13. The first group, 13590-13639, also had a unique roof arrangement; an overhanging Stanray roof on the main car body and a recessed roof on the cupola. The rectangular end windows on the cupola were also unique to the Q. As an example check the details of the enclosed attachments of MRL cars. The relatively stock car is ex-FW&D and used for local switching in Billings, MT. The other is a receiver for remote operation switching in the Laurel, MT yard Your shot of the 13593 is the real deal, it just needed a repaint! Jim Sandrin
Yep definately it is in Princeton.
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MRL 1005 ex-FW&D.jpg
MRL 1105 ex CBQ.JPG
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