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PC: Re: Re: PC MU # 1077

don't give up that easily...   there's plenty of historical societies and
such that might be willing to take it if someone does the legwork for them,
I.E. can it be donated and can it be moved.   maybe it should be titled to
the PCHS! :-)

Bill's Syracuse rail page 

: From: Mester123 -AT- aol.com
: To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
: Subject: PC: Re: PC MU # 1077
: Date: Monday, June 22, 1998 2:04 PM
: OK, well I didn't know what kind of Museum the National NYC RR Museum
: With a name like the one it has, it leads one to beleive it is a large
: organization like the RR Museum of PA or something.  I figured it was a
: powerful type Museum like the RR Museum of PA.  
: This is as much as I can do for # 1077.  I'm only a teen ager and not a
: one, so I figured this might at least make the National NYC RR Museum
aware of
: this car before the last of that series goes to the scrapper.  I guess
: (the scrapper) be the last stop that car will ever be making, and
: not to pick up any commuters!  That car must have pulled up on one of the
: "dead end" bumper tracks at Grand Central Terminal many times.  Then it
: pulled back in the other direction.  This time, it'll reach the end of
: line on a dead end track and will be torn apart to become some yuppies
: Mercedes or their Lexus or the cab of a Mack truck headed for a trucking
: company.
: Oh well.
: John Weyhausen 

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