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What's the difference between a GP40-2 and GP39-2? What year did the Reading dieselize? How many tracks were in Rutherford Yard? This board focuses on a discussion of questions or issues concerning the "prototype" Reading Company and its predecessors. While the aim of this board is to serve as a resource for prototype information for modeling purposes, general discussion and sharing of knowledge is also encouraged.

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RICHMOND BRANCH 2 years 10 months ago #6222

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Fellow Reading Modelers - Does anyone have track diagrams for the Richmond Branch? This runs from West Falls to Port Richmond.

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RICHMOND BRANCH 2 years 10 months ago #6224

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Bill,
Have you seen Bernhart's book? I think it is Volume 2 has the 1//4 mile sheets for the Richmond Branch. With photos to boot. If you want I can loan it to you.
I am pretty sure the Society has the 1/4 mile sheets too.
Rob
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Does anyone have photos of drawings of "NICE" tower at Nicetown?
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April, 1957
The famous green "READING LINES" bridge over Shepps Dam on the Reading Belt Line (near Carpenter Steel) enters service.

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