drawings of LV structures?

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Re: drawings of LV structures?

Postby lvrr325 » Fri Dec 03, 2010 10:52 pm

Dryden finally appeared in the LV Facilities In Color volume 3 by Bednar. Using the photos and the floorplan drawing I have, a guy could probably work up drawings of it, or model it outright.

And of course the mrmag index got killed in mid-2010, so it might be worthwhile to make this more accurate again.

IIRC the LV Depew drawings were named "a modern passenger terminal" or something like that. I'll probably find it again sooner or later by accident looking for something else.
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Re: drawings of LV structures?

Postby Richard1 » Sun Nov 10, 2013 10:21 pm

Plan of Lehigh Valley freight house at Freeville, N.Y. appeared in Feb., 1963 issue of Model Railroader. Structure was demolished in 1978.
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Re: drawings of LV structures?

Postby RDG467 » Mon Aug 11, 2014 9:33 am

The ARHS has a model of the Buffalo Division Type 3 station available in HO Scale. www.anthraciterailroads.org, under the Items for Sale page.
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