Hot Stick for GG1 # 4877
alewifebp wrote:It was a very nice event. The GG-1 looked great, as did the other locos on display. Nice to see what a brand new loco looks like too. First time I've ever been in the NJT-1. That had a very similar configuration to the Braddock Inn that I rode in on the M&E trip.The PRR 1547 and PV Braddock Inn are of the same PRR class.
FullScale4Me wrote:NOTE: the paragraphs below may have been extracted from blog posts, meeting minutes and newsletters. The brevity below is not to be assumed as the full monthly report on any given topic. Reach out to the delegate for your particular group or railroad interest. Further information and in some cases short Q&A discussions on URHS topics occasionally happen on the URHS of NJ facebook page.September 2013 URHS News
Ken_W2KB wrote:With respect to some information being withheld, that would typically be specific information on negotiations for sites, leases, contracts, or legal matters that no prudent organization of any sort would disclose prior to reaching conclusion. These negotiations are generally performed by the officers and/or one or more directors individually or in committee depending on the specifics. To disclose sensitive and confidential information prematurely could severely compromise URHS' endeavors or result in forestalling equipment preservation and site acquisition efforts.
Kenneth D. Brown, Esq. - Vice President & General Counsel URHS - Black River Railroad Historical Trust Delegate
cnj1524 wrote:Will the URHS be saving any of the NJT Arrow III'sThe Arrow cars still have a lot of life left. They're still running! It'll be a long time before they have to begin that process.
CNJGeep wrote:That would explain the Arrows sitting in the deadlline in Cranford. LOLcnj1524 wrote:Will the URHS be saving any of the NJT Arrow III'sThe Arrow cars still have a lot of life left. They're still running! It'll be a long time before they have to begin that process.