S.P. class A 4-4-2's

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S.P. class A 4-4-2's

Postby curmudgeon » Wed Nov 24, 2004 2:25 am

Hi all -

Any S.P. gurus/experts out there?
I've recently identified a "mystery" brass loco in my accumulation as this class.
I'm wanting *especially* pix/info on engines #3000- 3001, which I've read were in "Daylight" colors.
Or even other non-GS-series engines which had a similar scheme - I'm assuming these were not air-smoothed, etc., but standard engines with "Daylight" colors applied in some pattern.

Thanks. Any "hep" appreciated.
Long live 4449!! :-)

regards,
"Never put off 'til tomorrow what you can avoid altogether."

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Postby pjb » Fri Dec 17, 2004 4:28 pm

They painted and partially enshrouded P and Mts in some cases
as well.
Get Dunscomb's book(s) at library on SP steam, or enquire of SP
T and H Soc.,, or at YAHOO SP fan group or similar online forum.
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Postby curmudgeon » Fri Dec 17, 2004 6:40 pm

Hi pjb -

Thanks for the leads - I'll ck 'em out. :wink:

regards,
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