Ok, who's got some jacks, about 70' of rail,...
and a really REALLY big trailer!??!
shadyjay wrote:NY/CT/MA/VT/NH/ME:Their GP9s are all B&M... that's it for engines.
* Whatever Pan-Am/Guilford has that still is B&M... some engines perhaps? Boxcars and M of W equipment for sure.
H.F.Malone wrote:No one mentions RMNE?Details and some photos. If there's more photos out there, please let me know.
Two SW1s (1109 and 1110, both 1939)
One Alco RS-3 (1508, blt 1954)
One GP9 (1732, blt 1957)
One steel caboose (472, blt 1959)
One wood caboose (104406, blt 1907)
Two milk cars (1910, 1920, both blt 1957)
One 40-ft PS1 boxcar (76079, blt 1957)
One 50-ft PS1 boxcar (77843, blt 1957)
Two 40-ft drop-bottom gons (W610 and 92788, both blt 1942)
Three 40-ft wood outside braced boxcars (71870, 72249, 72480, all blt 1930)
One 60-foot open platform wood passenger car/combine (was the "Movie Car" at Steamtown)
That's 16 B&M pieces at RMNE. Any place else have more?
CAMB.MASON wrote:Wasn't there a steam loco(maybe a Pacific) and two or three coachs in the maroon paint scheme?The B&M steam locomotive that was at Edaville (1457, a Mogul) is now at the Danbury Railroad Museum in Connecticut. Don't know about the coaches.
TomNelligan wrote: The preserved B&M Pacific that you might be thinking of (3713) used to be at the Boston Museum of Science, and is now in pieces at Steamtown as it undergoes a very slow rebuilding.When was this engine moved from Boston?
atsf sp wrote:Woah, there used to be a B&M steamer at the Museum of Science? When was this?TomNelligan wrote: The preserved B&M Pacific that you might be thinking of (3713) used to be at the Boston Museum of Science, and is now in pieces at Steamtown as it undergoes a very slow rebuilding.When was this engine moved from Boston?