Welcome, follow along with George Dutka in his journal which documents the additions and future thoughts for the HO scale White River Division model railroad and to his continuing historical New England railroad research. The White River Division is now in its 17th modeler's season. The "modeler's season" runs from November to April each year. Inspiration comes from the Boston and Maine, Rutland and Central Vermont Railway during the 1950's with additional posts by Don Janes and Peter Mumby.
Thursday 29 September 2022
Throwback Thursday - New Paint Scheme On Display
CP 3069 was proudly showing off its new paint scheme at London, Ontario on September 28, 1997.
By Peter Mumby.
3069, wearing the new golden beaver shield paint scheme, was on display
at Quebec St. yard in London, Ontario on September 28, 1997.
Accompanying this GP38-2 was unit 5654 wearing StLH paintwork which at
this time was a little over a year old. The balance of the train
consisted of business car Lacombe and ex-baggage cars 80 and 81. These
latter two cars were adorned with a smaller version of the beaver shield