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Re: Rogers Locomotive Works

Post by tomjohn » Wed May 06, 2009 12:00 am

If this hasn't been already mentioned what about that NZ -New Zealand Ry's 2-4-2 wasn't that built by Rogers?

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Re: Rogers Locomotive Works

Post by GSC » Thu Nov 11, 2010 1:06 pm

(16 months later, a new post)

To add to Paterson's manufacturing history, the Silk City Diner Co. built so many stainless steel classic diners. They were meant to look like railroad dining cars, but they were not rail cars originally, just meant to look like them.
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