locked Photos of Pullman 10-3 painted silver for the Tennessean


Patrick Howle
 

Hi,

Cannot find any online photos of Pullman 10-3s - or any other heavyweight sleeper, painted silver for the Tennessean.  Was is a flat silver or a shadow scheme?

TIA,

Patrick


Jason Greene
 

This is the best image available of a Tennessean Sleeper. It is a 12-1 not a 10-3, but the would have been the same or same color without the shadow lines. There were two eras of these cars. 

On Sep 16, 2022, at 6:47 PM, Patrick Howle via groups.io <iggi.geo@...> wrote:


Hi,

Cannot find any online photos of Pullman 10-3s - or any other heavyweight sleeper, painted silver for the Tennessean.  Was is a flat silver or a shadow scheme?

TIA,

Patrick


Marv Clemons
 

Great information and photo, Jason.  I wasn't aware that Southern ever operated a shadow-striped heavyweight on the TENNESSEAN.  Always something new to learn.

Marv Clemons


Jason Greene
 

There was a thread a week or two ago about this. There were four cars originally that were painted silver to match. Then there were 3-4 cars that got shadow line scheme. Knickerbocker is the only car to do both schemes. 

I will have a model of Knickerbocker (Shadow line) and Dahlonega (Plain Silver) at the RPM for convention later this month. 

Jason Greene 

On Sep 17, 2022, at 9:11 AM, Marv Clemons <mclemonsjr@...> wrote:

Great information and photo, Jason.  I wasn't aware that Southern ever operated a shadow-striped heavyweight on the TENNESSEAN.  Always something new to learn.

Marv Clemons