Discussion in 'Cabooses General' started by rjthomas909, Jan 2, 2020.
Thanks for that picture from Chaffee. It's a keeper.
Eureka! I still have it! Window placement looks reasonable. It will need some work.
Looks like a Roundhouse kit. See posts by @rjthomas909 at http://www.frisco.org/shipit/index.php?threads/workshop-wednesday.10880/page-94#post-82912 and http://www.frisco.org/shipit/index.php?threads/workshop-wednesday.10880/page-112#post-86069 for examples of Muley cabooses you can build.
434 in Oswego, KS (1907).
John Chambers: We have a framed copy of this print on display at the Heartlands railroad museum in Carona, KS. It was donated by the late Gordon Garrett of Battlefield, MO.
This is one of the few photo examples that show caboose train number indicator
1/2 Muley: Frisco Rails Across OK Facebook Group. South Cold Springs, OK.
What a picture. That looks like a huge undertaking when that was taking place.
Took a couple of photos this afternoon of my HO scale scratch build attempt of #777. Wow. Check out the layer of dust on the roof. I mean weathering
I forgot to mention the awesome custom decal set that was accurately reproduced by our friend and legendary modeler, Tom. Thanks again, man.
Lol, thanks buddy!
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