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Date: 04/14/19 15:10
A hopper preserved somewhere.
Author: pedrop

Hi, some years ago I saw pic of a beautifull yellow hopper preserved in a garden somewhere in US. I do not remember where I saw it and neither where it is the location. Does somebondy here knows?

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Pedro Rezende
Vespasiano, MG
Minas Gerais Railways



Date: 04/14/19 15:20
Re: A hopper preserved somewhere.
Author: DundasMP23

Maybe the restored Milwaukee Road Pullman Standard PS-2 hopper in Pullman Square in Butler, PA?

Rob Smith
Hamilton, ON



Date: 04/14/19 16:01
Re: A hopper preserved somewhere.
Author: pedrop

Yes sir, thanks. My memory isn't the same of years ago😞

Pedro

DundasMP23 Wrote:
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> Maybe the restored Milwaukee Road Pullman Standard
> PS-2 hopper in Pullman Square in Butler, PA?

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Pedro Rezende
Vespasiano, MG
Minas Gerais Railways



Date: 04/14/19 17:38
Re: A hopper preserved somewhere.
Author: IC1038west

I believe it is the MILW 101340. Google that. I've seen some pretty good pictures of it. Nice tribute to the Pullman Standard workforce in the Bulter, Pennsylvania area that cranked out a lot of these covered hoppers.



Date: 04/14/19 18:43
Re: A hopper preserved somewhere.
Author: pedrop

Thanks sir, I found pics of it on Google right now. The old hopper is in excellent shape.

pedroIC1038west Wrote:
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> I believe it is the MILW 101340. Google that.
> I've seen some pretty good pictures of it. Nice
> tribute to the Pullman Standard workforce in the
> Bulter, Pennsylvania area that cranked out a lot
> of these covered hoppers.

Pedro Rezende
Vespasiano, MG
Minas Gerais Railways



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