From: "Paul R DOT Tupaczewski" paultup AT optonline DOT net
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2003 22:27:05 -0400
Subject: RE: (erielack) Youngstown Annual follow-up (3) - with photos
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Ask and ye shall receive.
Here are a few scans of some of the stuff I have...
Model contest winners:
Models-ACTower.jpg: Ben Bartlett's HO scale AC Tower (Marion, OH)
Models-URTX37808: Stan Rydarowicz's HO scale model of a URTX/Erie reefer
Other model related stuff:
KVCaboose.jpg: A preview of Joe Lofland's upcoming DL&W Keyser Valley
caboose kit. The same quality as his Erie Dunmore caboose, so now the
Lackawanna guys have it made, too! :)
Stuff around town:
OC8713.jpg: Ohio Central GP11 8713 shoves back to Brier Hill Yard. Yes,
this is on the Erie.
BrierHillShops.jpg: The former Erie diesel shots at Brier Hill Yard,
Youngstown. Not in bad shape!
BrierHillSandRacks.jpg: The former Erie diesel service facility at Brier
Hill - sand racks and turntable (enginehouse in background). These two
shots show Norfolk Southern property (they apparently base car repair
CenterStOverview.jpg: This is what the view from the Center St. bridge
in Youngstown looks like. There used to be at least 10 tracks in here,
and the wall at the left was the edge of the Republic Steel mill that
used to stretch along the left side. The EL served this facility on a
sort of long spur.
Larry's Truck Electric tour:
LTE-entrance.jpg: Several Society members entering the facility. From
left to right: John Swiecki, Mike Riley, Al Reibel, and unknown?
LTE-tour.jpg: More Society members walk through a small portion of the
HUNDREDS of diesels here. From left to right: Ryan Yarbrough, Jack
Yarbrough, Al Reibel.
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> ...and thanks to Jim for his hard work & contribution also to
> make the
> modeling contest a great one...any chance anyone took digital
> photos of the winners
> to post on-line?
> A couple of other people that I failed to note in my initial
> email last night
> is Jay Held and John who did much of the setup, manning of
> tables, and
> teardown of the ELHS sales tables for the weekend. Besides
> the ELHS meetings, Jay
> (and Joe Schveder in the Western Region area) attend many of
> the RR shows in
> the northeast representing and selling ELHS material, and
> should also be
> congratulated for a job well done!
> Thanks again guys....
> Rich Behrendt
> ELHS #384