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Hello,

I thought I saw an article (in this forum) on this particular car made by Bachmann...

There is no "BLT" or "NEW" dates.

The roof and end detail are molded/moulded to look like very early 1900's or mid through late 1800's.

I was just thinking... someone had to do a lot of research for this particular car in order to get the printed "Reporting Marks" and "Instructions"...



You see, there are unique notations, but it's void of "usually printed identifications'.

So, my inquiry is for authenticity and efforts in production of this model...


Thank you for your time and attention, speculation and facts.

John

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Redwoods
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John, I have a book on the Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railway which has a picture of a similar car on page 73. It states that it was built in 1928. Here is a cell phone snap...



The book is by John Schmale and Kristina Schmale, ISBN 0738559598

-Thomas

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cool wasn't there a Marx version of this?
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Redwoods
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Not sure about Marx, but I believe Ambroid made a kit. I did a quick search and found this:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/9977705@N05/4285298481/in/photostream/

-Thomas

EDIT: Ha, just realised that is probably Sean's photo.

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maybe it was Lionel
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I have a friend with that car in HO and O27 made by Lionel. His is rigged to cluck as it goes down the line.
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I don't think I've ever seen one at a show.
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John,

I believe that is a Bachmann:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/HO-Bachmann-1295-Humane-Livestock-Car-HLSX-1-Tri-Level-Poultry-Car-Kit-T038-/120989344580?pt=Model_RR_Trains&hash=item1c2b86e344

Thomas,

Those are my pictures of some of my wooden kit poultry car collection on the flickr site.

Sean

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I think I want one
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