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Request for information!

November 20, 2016

We have in our portfolio of freight cars molds a car that, as of the this post, remains unannounced and unreleased.  This car presents a challenge for us.  We have the molds, but we lack a well developed data package for the creation in accurate paint schemes. At this point, we feel like we need to broaden our search for data. ExactRail is producing the Berwick 7440 Boxcar.  For Penn Central fans, this is the X77.   This is not an announcement.  It is more like an attempt to part the curtain and crowd-source information.  If you have any pictures, paint diagrams, or other information with this car, please feel free to share it with me directly at: blaine@exactrail.com We hope to make...

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Where it all Began

October 30, 2016

From as long as I can remember I have been interested in most modes of transportation.  When I was a child I would count all of the 18-wheelers between my home and the eventual destination.  The few times I went to the airport I was entranced by the huge airliners.  Trains were just as interesting to me trucks, planes & ships but it wasn't until the summer of 1994 that it changed for me. My Dad wanted to take me out on a camping/fishing trip with just the two of us.  We loaded up the Dodge and left the rest of the family behind.  After driving for about an hour and half we stopped and pitched the tent at Scofield...

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