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C.K. Holliday Builder's Plates

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  • C.K. Holliday Builder's Plates

    For those interested, the builder's plates (which indicate locomotive manufacturer, year built, serial number and location built) have now been installed on the C.K. Holliday. You can see some pictures (the first four in the second post, courtesy of Matt Walker) here: http://www.burnsland.com/cgi-bin/drr...t=ST;f=2;t=295

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    Re: C.K. Holliday Builder's Plates

    Thanks for the link. Nice to see the Trains getting their touchups and additions.
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      Re: C.K. Holliday Builder's Plates

      Steve, thanks again for keeping us updated on the trains.

      Btw, is there any way you know of that we could get the park to offer prints of that terrific map graphic in Main Street Station that features all five locomotives? I'd LOVE to have that on my wall.

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        Re: C.K. Holliday Builder's Plates

        That graphic is pretty nice, although none too accurate in the depictions of the engines (It was the first public acknowledgement of the Kimball, however!). Unfortunatley, I wouldn't know who to contact to see if reproductions could be made available.

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