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This is new to me also, but I appreciate that Mr. Harrison underlined the word "type". Indicating that "Santa Fe" was already the accepted name for that wheel arrangement and, maybe, implying that "E.H.C." should have known that! -Ed Burnett, Lynchburg, Virginia
On 04/12/2021 1:15 PM Robert Hanson via groups.io <rhanson669@...> wrote:
I hadn't heard of this, either, but you'll notice that Fairfax Harrison pretty well nixed the idea.
From: rwbrv4 via groups.io <dccinstallssales@...>
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Subject: Re: [SouthernRailway] Name for Southern 2-10-2s
No Sir, I have not heard that one. I won't swear to it but I'm almost certain that it's not in Prince's book or Ranks and Lowe either.
From: George Eichelberger <geichelberger@...>
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Sent: Mon, Apr 12, 2021 9:52 am
Subject: [SouthernRailway] Name for Southern 2-10-2s
From the SRHA archives (Box 338 File 8778 USRA equipment), here are two teletype messages from 8-17-1917. I don’t think I have heard this tidbit before?