A Hello from a new member
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Just a quick hello from a newbie to Big Blue.

John
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Welcome John! Glad you could join us.
Ralph

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#3
We were all newbies once ...welcome to our Forum ...make yourself comfy .

Terry
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Welcome Welcome Welcome To Big Blue 2285_ 2285_ Welcome Welcome

and. . . . .one quick question, Which railroad numbered their "Hudsons" in the 600 series ?





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The Boston & Albany had 20 Hudsons in classes J-2-a, -b, and -c, and numbered 600 to 619. Square sandboxes notwithstanding, beautiful locomotives. Thumbsup

Wayne
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