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Re: Linville

Jerry Shepardson <j.shepardson@...
 

New rolling stock and a new station. This is great news. Now, if we can
only get an engine...

J L Walker wrote:


From: "J. L. Walker" <WEBSTERCLASSICMODELS@...>

Save a little of your money. We are working on a Linville Depot in HO. I
refuse to promise a time - then I get all up tight - but it should be ready
by the time of the Historical Society Meet. Price unknown - but, laser
cut, wood shingles.... we will see.. There are some decent plastic
shingles out there now too. We will stick to our modus operandi, which is
- prototype fidelity and model quality. Wood shingles, laser cut windows.
Les Walker dba Webster Classic Models

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Re: New Kits

Curtis Brookshire <curtis.brookshire@...>
 

Linville Depot and piggyback flats. Great to hear more ET&WNC kits going on
the market. We need to get this information in the model press. Hope Dan
McKee (Key Imports) is paying attention.

P-L-E-A-S-E everyone, if you have not reserved a Key ET&WNC ten wheeler and
have any intentions of purchasing one, do so soon. Key will only produce
them when he gets enough reservations. Realize it's a powerful commitment,
but that's the only way we'll see them.

Thanks Les, Jim and Phread for the latest kit announcements.

Curtis
.

Linville

J. L. Walker <WEBSTERCLASSICMODELS@...>
 

Save a little of your money. We are working on a Linville Depot in HO. I
refuse to promise a time - then I get all up tight - but it should be ready
by the time of the Historical Society Meet. Price unknown - but, laser
cut, wood shingles.... we will see.. There are some decent plastic
shingles out there now too. We will stick to our modus operandi, which is
- prototype fidelity and model quality. Wood shingles, laser cut windows.
Les Walker dba Webster Classic Models

ET & WNC Piggyback flatcar w/trailer kits

Phread <fred1945@...>
 

Ladies & Gentlemen,

Looks like another new kit on the horizon,...and I present Jim King's
quote:

"Phread,
One more thing. Can you send out a message to all interested that there
was a total of 99 HOn3 and 13 On3 interested in the pig flats? This is
enough for me to put the car on my 'to do' list. I'll start collecting
construction material, etc. AFTER completing the current On3 ET flat and
the run of ET boxcars I plan next. Thanks again for your help.

Jim"

Hang on to some money for later this year!!!!!

Phread

Re: Trip to Boone

C Ford <cfordart@...>
 

There are some nice bed and breakfasts in Blowing Rock, about 10 miles
from Boone. It's probably a neater place to stay than Boone. A VERY nice
b&b is The Mast Farm Inn on the road to Valle Crusis. If I ever go back
over there with the family, THAT'S where I'm going to stay. They have a
site on the Web.

Chris


-----------------------
Chris Ford
cfordart@...

http://www.mindspring.com/~cfordart/etwnc/home.html

Re: Trip to Boone

C Ford <cfordart@...>
 

There are some nice bed and breakfasts in Blowing Rock, about 10 miles
from Boone. It's probably a neater place to stay than Boone. A VERY nice
b&b is The Mast Farm Inn on the road to Valle Crusis. If I ever go back
over there with the family, THAT'S where I'm going to stay. They have a
site on the Web.

Chris


-----------------------
Chris Ford
cfordart@...

http://www.mindspring.com/~cfordart/etwnc/home.html

Trip to Boone

Karl & Edwina Kleeman <kleenc@...>
 

I will be in Boone next week and am interested in doing some research on
the Boone Fork Lumber Company..

Thought I might go to the college. Just where so I need to go and can I
get in ok. I am an adjunct prof at NC State. Also, how about the
newspaper? Anything else to do in Boone area?

Where is an interesting historic bed and breakfast or old inn or something
like that where we can stay?

How about museums?

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks. Karl Kleeman
kleenc@... 919-782-1533

Re: ET & WNC piggyback flatcar kit survey

larry smith <wooddale@...>
 

Phread

resubmiting my request. 1 in HOn3. Just happene to think about a possible
loading proceedure on the cars. Back the trailer onto the car and lower the
landing gear. Pull the truck away from the car and slowly raise the landing
gear, lowering the trailer to the car. Repeat on the other end. Just one
possible senerio.

Larry S.

Phread wrote:

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Thanks Curtis,...got it, and this time am backing it up!!

Phread

Curtis Brookshire wrote:

From: "Curtis Brookshire" <curtis.brookshire@...>

Two in HOn3. If you make the third, which was a different size, let me
know.
Curtis

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Re: ET & WNC piggyback flatcar kit survey

Phread <fred1945@...>
 

Thanks Curtis,...got it, and this time am backing it up!!

Phread

Curtis Brookshire wrote:

From: "Curtis Brookshire" <curtis.brookshire@...>

Two in HOn3. If you make the third, which was a different size, let me
know.
Curtis

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Re: ET & WNC piggyback flatcar kit survey

Curtis Brookshire <curtis.brookshire@...>
 

Two in HOn3. If you make the third, which was a different size, let me
know.
Curtis

NGG Back-issue

William C. Oram <wcoram@...>
 

Help? I only need two issue to complete my set up-to-date. Looking for the following back-issues of the "Narrow Gauge & Short LIne Gazette". JUL/AUG Vol 2 No 3, MAR/APR 90.
Thanks, Bill Oram Raleigh,NC

Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

Phread <fred1945@...>
 

Charles,

Could be,...sure would make for an interesting scene, too!

Phread

Charles Brumbelow wrote:

From: Charles Brumbelow <cbrumbelow@...>

Today, trailers are sometimes moved with a wrecker (tow truck) rather
than by using the fifth wheel. Could that have been the secret?

Charles

Phread wrote:

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Larry,

It certainly must have been an interesting process to watch, that's for sure. Maybe
someday, someone will step forward with some info. from someones estate or something?

I've put you in the survey for 1 car in HOn3. If interested in any Private Road Name
rolling stock, HO scale, let me know and I'll send you my list.

Thanks,

Phread

larry smith wrote:

From: larry smith <wooddale@...>

Phread

I too have been hunting for information on the unloading facilities and havn't
found out anything. As John Waite said, the photos don't exsist. Boy, I wish
they did. Something else was probably at the ramp, given the style of the cars.
There had to be some kind of hoist the lower the kingpin end of the trailer to the
car. Unlike today, there weren't any hitches at the same height as the trailer
floor and the bogies were in an upright position when being carried by the
flatcars. Just food for thought. Take a look at the January, 1999, MRG at what I
did to a Vulcan Hobbies version of the Tweetsie trailer.

Larry Smith

PS put me down for one in HOn3

Phread wrote:

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Johnny,

Many thanks, 1 car in HOn3. If you should somehow come across any data on the
loading/unloading facilities, please advise? Are there any photos or drawings
of the piggyback flat cars that you know of?

Phread

johnny graybeal wrote:

From: "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...>

Right now, just one in HO
johnny graybeal
-----Original Message-----
From: Phread <fred1945@...>
To: Tweetsie@... <Tweetsie@...>
Date: Sunday, January 10, 1999 3:29 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Johnny,

1 or 2, in HOn3?

Phread

johnny graybeal wrote:

From: "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...>

To throw a bit of history into all of this, the ET&WNC had a total of
three
of these cars. In fact, one of the cars was longer than the other two,
to
allow for a longer trailer. There were only two ramps that I know of, in
Johnson City and Boone. Like John Waite, I do not know exactly what they
looked like. A dead end track up to a ramp would make sense. I am
interested in the HO n3 version, but like the man earlier, seeing is
believing. Everything Jim has done before has looked good , but I will
admit I haven't bought any. Too many other things take my money, like a
house.
Johnny graybeal
-----Original Message-----
From: Phread <fred1945@...>
To: Tweetsie@... <Tweetsie@...>
Date: Sunday, January 10, 1999 10:32 AM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Mike,

Many thanks, "3" in HOn3 for the survey.

Cheers,

Phread


<Potentially about three if it all looks good. Oh yes in HOn3.
Honestly speaking, I don't want any until I see the kit. Not trying to
be smart, but this is an old resin buying guideline of mine from years
of military modeling. I've bought a lot and would only have bought
about 60% of the ones I purchased sight unseen were it mine to look at
first. I've seen the other Smoky Mountain kits and the have looked
really nice. I just seem to end up with the one that sat in a UPS
truck in August for 15 hours and strain relieved itself into a bunch
of warped parts if I just order one blind. His kits are highly touted
so I doubt seriously there would be a problem.>

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Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

Charles Brumbelow <cbrumbelow@...>
 

Today, trailers are sometimes moved with a wrecker (tow truck) rather
than by using the fifth wheel. Could that have been the secret?

Charles

Phread wrote:


From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Larry,

It certainly must have been an interesting process to watch, that's for sure. Maybe
someday, someone will step forward with some info. from someones estate or something?

I've put you in the survey for 1 car in HOn3. If interested in any Private Road Name
rolling stock, HO scale, let me know and I'll send you my list.

Thanks,

Phread

larry smith wrote:

From: larry smith <wooddale@...>

Phread

I too have been hunting for information on the unloading facilities and havn't
found out anything. As John Waite said, the photos don't exsist. Boy, I wish
they did. Something else was probably at the ramp, given the style of the cars.
There had to be some kind of hoist the lower the kingpin end of the trailer to the
car. Unlike today, there weren't any hitches at the same height as the trailer
floor and the bogies were in an upright position when being carried by the
flatcars. Just food for thought. Take a look at the January, 1999, MRG at what I
did to a Vulcan Hobbies version of the Tweetsie trailer.

Larry Smith

PS put me down for one in HOn3

Phread wrote:

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Johnny,

Many thanks, 1 car in HOn3. If you should somehow come across any data on the
loading/unloading facilities, please advise? Are there any photos or drawings
of the piggyback flat cars that you know of?

Phread

johnny graybeal wrote:

From: "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...>

Right now, just one in HO
johnny graybeal
-----Original Message-----
From: Phread <fred1945@...>
To: Tweetsie@... <Tweetsie@...>
Date: Sunday, January 10, 1999 3:29 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Johnny,

1 or 2, in HOn3?

Phread

johnny graybeal wrote:

From: "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...>

To throw a bit of history into all of this, the ET&WNC had a total of
three
of these cars. In fact, one of the cars was longer than the other two,
to
allow for a longer trailer. There were only two ramps that I know of, in
Johnson City and Boone. Like John Waite, I do not know exactly what they
looked like. A dead end track up to a ramp would make sense. I am
interested in the HO n3 version, but like the man earlier, seeing is
believing. Everything Jim has done before has looked good , but I will
admit I haven't bought any. Too many other things take my money, like a
house.
Johnny graybeal
-----Original Message-----
From: Phread <fred1945@...>
To: Tweetsie@... <Tweetsie@...>
Date: Sunday, January 10, 1999 10:32 AM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Mike,

Many thanks, "3" in HOn3 for the survey.

Cheers,

Phread


<Potentially about three if it all looks good. Oh yes in HOn3.
Honestly speaking, I don't want any until I see the kit. Not trying to
be smart, but this is an old resin buying guideline of mine from years
of military modeling. I've bought a lot and would only have bought
about 60% of the ones I purchased sight unseen were it mine to look at
first. I've seen the other Smoky Mountain kits and the have looked
really nice. I just seem to end up with the one that sat in a UPS
truck in August for 15 hours and strain relieved itself into a bunch
of warped parts if I just order one blind. His kits are highly touted
so I doubt seriously there would be a problem.>

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Re: truck/flatcar

Phread <fred1945@...>
 

Bill,

Price not known yet, but I've got you listed for 1 car, depending.

Phread

William C. Oram wrote:

The trailor/flatcar sounds like a good project. I am not modeling the
era but I might buy a kit(On3) if it's not too much.Bill Oram,
Raleigh,NC

truck/flatcar

William C. Oram <wcoram@...>
 

The trailor/flatcar sounds like a good project. I am not modeling the era but I might buy a kit(On3) if it's not too much.
Bill Oram, Raleigh,NC

A Piggyback car for me.

J. L. Walker <WEBSTERCLASSICMODELS@...>
 

Phred (Jim) put me down for one in HOn3.
Les Walker

Re: ET & WNC piggyback flatcar kit survey

Jerry Shepardson <j.shepardson@...
 

Put me down for 2 in HOn3 (I assume the shorter version of the car since
the prototype had two)

Everyone who responded to my query for interest in kits for these cars
please send me E-mail again.
--
Jerry A. Shepardson

J.shepardson@...
or
CMSTC@...

The Southern Serves the South

ET & WNC piggyback flatcar kit survey

Phread <fred1945@...>
 

All,

Everyone who responded to my query for interest in kits for these cars
please send me E-mail again. Just use the subject I've indicated, and
respond in the body of your message with the scale you are interested in
and an approximate quantity.

I must have been typing with my elbows again and somehow completely list
my exisiting survey file, so have to recreate it, as far as possible.

Thanks,

Phread

Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

Phread <fred1945@...>
 

Larry,

It certainly must have been an interesting process to watch, that's for sure. Maybe
someday, someone will step forward with some info. from someones estate or something?

I've put you in the survey for 1 car in HOn3. If interested in any Private Road Name
rolling stock, HO scale, let me know and I'll send you my list.

Thanks,

Phread

larry smith wrote:

From: larry smith <wooddale@...>

Phread

I too have been hunting for information on the unloading facilities and havn't
found out anything. As John Waite said, the photos don't exsist. Boy, I wish
they did. Something else was probably at the ramp, given the style of the cars.
There had to be some kind of hoist the lower the kingpin end of the trailer to the
car. Unlike today, there weren't any hitches at the same height as the trailer
floor and the bogies were in an upright position when being carried by the
flatcars. Just food for thought. Take a look at the January, 1999, MRG at what I
did to a Vulcan Hobbies version of the Tweetsie trailer.

Larry Smith

PS put me down for one in HOn3

Phread wrote:

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Johnny,

Many thanks, 1 car in HOn3. If you should somehow come across any data on the
loading/unloading facilities, please advise? Are there any photos or drawings
of the piggyback flat cars that you know of?

Phread

johnny graybeal wrote:

From: "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...>

Right now, just one in HO
johnny graybeal
-----Original Message-----
From: Phread <fred1945@...>
To: Tweetsie@... <Tweetsie@...>
Date: Sunday, January 10, 1999 3:29 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Johnny,

1 or 2, in HOn3?

Phread

johnny graybeal wrote:

From: "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...>

To throw a bit of history into all of this, the ET&WNC had a total of
three
of these cars. In fact, one of the cars was longer than the other two,
to
allow for a longer trailer. There were only two ramps that I know of, in
Johnson City and Boone. Like John Waite, I do not know exactly what they
looked like. A dead end track up to a ramp would make sense. I am
interested in the HO n3 version, but like the man earlier, seeing is
believing. Everything Jim has done before has looked good , but I will
admit I haven't bought any. Too many other things take my money, like a
house.
Johnny graybeal
-----Original Message-----
From: Phread <fred1945@...>
To: Tweetsie@... <Tweetsie@...>
Date: Sunday, January 10, 1999 10:32 AM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Mike,

Many thanks, "3" in HOn3 for the survey.

Cheers,

Phread


<Potentially about three if it all looks good. Oh yes in HOn3.
Honestly speaking, I don't want any until I see the kit. Not trying to
be smart, but this is an old resin buying guideline of mine from years
of military modeling. I've bought a lot and would only have bought
about 60% of the ones I purchased sight unseen were it mine to look at
first. I've seen the other Smoky Mountain kits and the have looked
really nice. I just seem to end up with the one that sat in a UPS
truck in August for 15 hours and strain relieved itself into a bunch
of warped parts if I just order one blind. His kits are highly touted
so I doubt seriously there would be a problem.>

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Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

Larry Smith
 

Phread

I too have been hunting for information on the unloading facilities and havn't
found out anything. As John Waite said, the photos don't exsist. Boy, I wish
they did. Something else was probably at the ramp, given the style of the cars.
There had to be some kind of hoist the lower the kingpin end of the trailer to the
car. Unlike today, there weren't any hitches at the same height as the trailer
floor and the bogies were in an upright position when being carried by the
flatcars. Just food for thought. Take a look at the January, 1999, MRG at what I
did to a Vulcan Hobbies version of the Tweetsie trailer.

Larry Smith

PS put me down for one in HOn3

Phread wrote:

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Johnny,

Many thanks, 1 car in HOn3. If you should somehow come across any data on the
loading/unloading facilities, please advise? Are there any photos or drawings
of the piggyback flat cars that you know of?

Phread

johnny graybeal wrote:

From: "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...>

Right now, just one in HO
johnny graybeal
-----Original Message-----
From: Phread <fred1945@...>
To: Tweetsie@... <Tweetsie@...>
Date: Sunday, January 10, 1999 3:29 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Johnny,

1 or 2, in HOn3?

Phread

johnny graybeal wrote:

From: "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...>

To throw a bit of history into all of this, the ET&WNC had a total of
three
of these cars. In fact, one of the cars was longer than the other two,
to
allow for a longer trailer. There were only two ramps that I know of, in
Johnson City and Boone. Like John Waite, I do not know exactly what they
looked like. A dead end track up to a ramp would make sense. I am
interested in the HO n3 version, but like the man earlier, seeing is
believing. Everything Jim has done before has looked good , but I will
admit I haven't bought any. Too many other things take my money, like a
house.
Johnny graybeal
-----Original Message-----
From: Phread <fred1945@...>
To: Tweetsie@... <Tweetsie@...>
Date: Sunday, January 10, 1999 10:32 AM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: ET & WNC Piggyback flatcars

From: Phread <fred1945@...>

Mike,

Many thanks, "3" in HOn3 for the survey.

Cheers,

Phread


<Potentially about three if it all looks good. Oh yes in HOn3.
Honestly speaking, I don't want any until I see the kit. Not trying to
be smart, but this is an old resin buying guideline of mine from years
of military modeling. I've bought a lot and would only have bought
about 60% of the ones I purchased sight unseen were it mine to look at
first. I've seen the other Smoky Mountain kits and the have looked
really nice. I just seem to end up with the one that sat in a UPS
truck in August for 15 hours and strain relieved itself into a bunch
of warped parts if I just order one blind. His kits are highly touted
so I doubt seriously there would be a problem.>

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