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Date: 12/09/12 06:57
FoggFile: P&LE GP7 5684 - Fogg: "my design"
Author: valmont

Read several websites about this paint scheme, several saying it never existed .... well here it is @ Pittsburgh, PA in 1959. The slide was taken by Howard Fogg and the second pic here is of that slide mount, with Howard's notations.

In the original shot the unit is in shadows, and I had to lighten it so that more detail showed.






Date: 12/09/12 07:28
Re: FoggFile: P&LE GP7 5684 - Fogg: "my design"
Author: fbe

This certainly looks like he kept the NYC black, grey and white colors so there was no need to add to the paint inventory.

I wonder if he had anything to do with any of the black and turquois layouts?

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Date: 12/09/12 08:02
Re: FoggFile: P&LE GP7 5684 - Fogg: "my design"
Author: RuleG

A handsome paint scheme, for sure.

Atlas produced a limited run HO-scale model of a GP7 in this scheme.



Date: 12/09/12 15:16
Re: FoggFile: P&LE GP7 5684 - Fogg: "my design"
Author: spiker97

That would have been a really sharp looking paint scheme if they had only adopted it, especially on the U28B's. I've never seen this before.



Date: 12/10/12 08:25
Re: FoggFile: P&LE GP7 5684 - Fogg: "my design"
Author: the_expediter

Downright Spiffy Lookin!- Steve



Date: 12/11/12 09:29
Re: FoggFile: P&LE GP7 5684 - Fogg: "my design"
Author: jcrun0mp7

Let us not forget the fine set of postcards he(Mr.Fogg) did for P&LE at the behest of Mr.Barringer.



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