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Re: PC: NS (and PC paint schemes) -Reply

"Deep-water green"

> It goes on, "This color was chosen not only because of its
> distinctive look but also because tests had shown that it resisted
> weathering better than other pigments."

Rust, lading and chemical spills aside, I must agree with thier test
results. Even 25 to 30 years later, that color is still recognizable when
seen along the ROW.

> Whatever you call it, it is NOT Jade.

Just as the stuff applied to the PRR locomotive fleet was *NOT* called 
Brunswick Green. :^)  The official PRR name was "Dark Green Locomotive
Enamel" (DGLE)  

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