I think if GM would make 1953 Buicks today, they'd sell like hotcakes. That Buick looks so-o-o much better than those sorry "crossover" clones...
Rather than a freight house, might that be some kind of office building?? Looks like some pull down shades on those windows. Just my opinion......
Don't Don's engines just make you drool????
At least the 1520 shot is in "Frisco Power." And the diesel powered Meteor shot a few years earlier at the same location.
Getting greedy now, I'm sure Preston over the years shot enough photos for there to be a volume TWO! Anyone at the University Of Oklahoma Press...
Holy smokes what a beautiful job on Brad's RPO!!! Makes you think you're standing in the depot watching the Sunnyland pull in!!
Brad--If you get a chance could you post a photo of your RPO, I couldn't locate it on the NMRA website.
Thanks, Tom G.
I haven't ever compiled any actual list (I'm an N scale not HO modeler), but I refer a lot to the (Morning Sun) Frisco and Katy Color Guide and...
In the very early diesel diesel years, the nose couplers were covered by the "clamshell" doors.
What a nice memorial and remembrance...
Just got a Micro Mark Catalog in the mail today. Lots of nice stuff, but some eye-watering prices compared to where some of the same products can...
I've hoped for years that the Preston George photo collection would be made public! So glad this book has been published.
I don't know the date of the photo but the little engine looks almost new or at least we'll maintained.
Does anyone have any information on the little MFA switcher pictured in the Frisco Archive?
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