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Re: [CBQ] West Quincy yard office and engine house

Subject: Re: [CBQ] West Quincy yard office and engine house
From: "Bud Linroth" <>
Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2020 10:04:36 -0600
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Hi Bill.  There are 3 photos of the yard office on page 107 of the Quincy Branch book, One from Phil Weibler, one from Archie Hayden and one from David Knorr. Also there are engine house photos on pages 108 through 110.  Bud Linroth

On Thu, Dec 31, 2020 at 8:53 AM William Hirt <> wrote:
Based on what I have read, a new yard office and engine house were
constructed in West Quincy in 1955.

Both structures appear to be very shy in being photographed. The only
photo I have found is one of the engine house from 1960 in Mike Spoor's
CB&Q in Color Volume 3.

I'm at the point on my HO scale layout I would like to build both
structures. Does anyone have some pictures they can share from the Q or
early BN era I can use to base my building models of them?

Thank you,

Bill Hirt

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