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Boothbay Railway Village / Re: WW&F Boxcar 312 at Boothbay
« on: September 01, 2012, 02:57:04 PM »
Hi All,

While poking around the inside of #312 in order to gain info for an upcoming On2/On30 300 series boxcar kit we noticed upper wooden piece and lower metal pieces that look like they belong to an interior door and door track. The parallel the outer doors. Any thoughts on this? Did the potato cars have an interior door setup for the guy minding the stove? or was this a ventilation door or grain door, or something else? Thanks!

It was also great to see the stove opening and the faint "312" on the end closest the engine. The car is full of character!

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The Original W&Q and WW&F: 1894-1933 / Re: WW&F boxcar 309
« on: August 21, 2010, 08:21:59 PM »
All,

Here's a photo of my concept 309 boxcar.

Cheers,
Andy

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The Original W&Q and WW&F: 1894-1933 / Re: WW&F boxcar 309
« on: August 14, 2010, 08:27:50 AM »
Does anyone have clear photo of the 309 roof? I'm working on an On30/On2 kit and would like to include roof details of the current version.

Thanks!

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General Discussion / Re: Who Am I? or, Let's Introduce Ourselves
« on: August 12, 2010, 05:19:26 PM »
Hi,

Andy Small from Westerly, Rhode Island. I've been visiting the museum when I can since 2008. I'm a model railroader with the NBR&N On30 modular group (International) and am in the process of starting up a small Narrow Gauge and Waterline Ship Model Kit Company specializing in WW&F On30 freight cars and Small Tramp Steamers in O and HO Scale. My first kit (W&Q boxcar) just went into production, to be followed closely by a W&Q flatcar. After that it's on to the modern day WW&F with Boxcar 309. Just needs a clear photo of the tin roof to complete. Eventually I hope to produce the vast majority of WW&F freight for On30 (should work for On2).

Really looking forward to participating in this forum.

Cheers,
Andy

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