Pacific Electric

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  1. interurban

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    Again some shots from a time gone by never to be seen again
    UNLESS YOU MODEL IT:p
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    #1:p

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    #3:D

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    #4 Nice eh?

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    #6 Great modeling potential:)

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    :( :( :( :( :( Booo Hoooo:( :( :( :(
    Look what they went and did.

    Only we can bring them back to life;)
    Hope you like, as I know a few of you had the chance to ride the Pacific Electric, when you where younger:p

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    That last shot is the alternate ending for Roger Rabbit and ToonTown is buried under the stack of trolleys. :mad:
    I've got a couple of those things in a box in the crawl space -- should check which they are -- after the convention. :cool:
  10. Bill Stone

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    Wow, Chris. Those beautiful pics sure bring back good memories.
    Thanks

    Are you familiar with the Electric Railway Historical Association of Southern California? They have a lot of historical information on their web sites at.....

    http://www.erha.org/site-map.html

    Bill S
  11. Clerk

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    Hey, That looks like 155 mm shell casings in the foreground and the powder cans behind them.

    Whoops. Great pictures Chris. Like I posted in the last thread, I rode on them there street cars when I was a kid in grade school. Lets see, that was about 60 years ago. WOW. I'm getting old.
  12. interurban

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    Hi Guys Glad the memories came flooding back:p
    David, you have Pacific Electric Models,?? they may be Brass ,
    Let me know when you get around to it;)

    Bill That is a great link many thanks as I did not have that one.
    But I do now:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :p
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    Great piccys Chris, as usual! Love those round eyed winders, but the last one left a lump in me throat :(
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    Chris:
    the models are brass -- Suydam I think. Not sure where they are -- I'm putting grass and details all over my layout for ML2003.
  15. interurban

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    Thanks jon , That grave yard shot is sad.

    Hi David, I could find a buyer for them:D :D :D ;)
    If you want:p