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The “yellow bellies” were assigned to outlying locals due to the fact they weren’t equipped with generators so no radio.
On Feb 8, 2021, at 9:08 PM, Michael Sherbak II via groups.io <msherbak11@...> wrote:
Also - I believe one of these cabooses is located in Varnville SC
On Feb 8, 2021, at 20:39, Michael J Sherbak II <msherbak11@...> wrote:
Didn’t the yellow cupola indicate a local ?
On Feb 8, 2021, at 19:44, Warren Calloway <wcalloway@...> wrote:
On Feb 8, 2021, at 6:49 PM, David Friedlander <davidjfriedlander@...> wrote:
I just received my 2020Q4 TIES. It was very well done. Kudos to those who take the time to produce these articles.
I now have excuses to run 30-car silversides trains.
In any case, I had a question about the S&A caboose shown on page 23. When did this NE-style caboose get repainted from the (White and/or Off-White) to SOU red/yellow?
Here's a photo of it prior to the repaint:
I might as well ask - Would the colors match S&A 251 on page 22? Looking at Sam McCall's website, it looks like my initial thoughts are correct: http://hosam.com/roads/sa.html
(white sides, black roof, caboose red ends.)
The image archive also has an interesting photo of X-255. When did it get its windows plated over and repainted into Southern? These look like neat projects for way down the road.