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TOPIC: RDG M-O-W Decals

RDG M-O-W Decals 1 year 8 months ago #6533

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Circuit City Decals now has decals for blue RDG M-O-W trucks and vans.
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RDG M-O-W Decals 1 year 8 months ago #6534

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Thank you. Is there a website for these?

Norman
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RDG M-O-W Decals 1 year 8 months ago #6535

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CIRCUS CITY DECALS are being sold on eBay. The decals ship from Baraboo, WI, the circus museum city. I found them under the search heading HO READING LINES. The sets are being offered in N, HO, S and O scales. Many interesting offerings in this line.
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RDG M-O-W Decals 1 year 8 months ago #6537

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Sometime in the early 1960's when the Rdg started painting their M-O-W Trucks blue is when this slogan was applied to their trucks. So this decal would be appropriate for modeling their trucks from the early 1960's to 1976.
John Caples
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December, 1947
Construction begins at the Reading Locomotive Shops on ten new G-3 Pacific passenger steam locomotives. These locomotives will be the last Pacific-type engines built in the United States.

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