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Author Topic: Precision Labels - Pullman conversions (for original 1980s Farish Pullmans)  (Read 1237 times)

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Re: Precision Labels - Pullman conversions (for original 1980s Farish Pullmans)
« Reply #31 on: February 03, 2018, 04:16:44 pm »
You have certainly got my cogs whirring, so much so that I have dug out my original Farish pullmans, I didn't realise I had so many, 4 brakes and eleven dining cars  :goggleeyes:

Having had a trawl around google, there doesn't seem to be definitive about the colour of the roofs, white or grey? or did they used to run older with refurbished stock, TBH I think I will do them with white roofs like yourself, as it adds that little bit extra class in my eyes.

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Re: Precision Labels - Pullman conversions (for original 1980s Farish Pullmans)
« Reply #32 on: February 03, 2018, 06:21:43 pm »
Take a look at Pullman Profiles 1, 2, and 3, although you will have to get a copy of volume 2 through your local library as I did.  (Amazon offering at 850  :worried:)

White is safe as most photos from the 1920,s and 30's certainly were white and probably white but dirty after that.  Post war they seem to be grey, possibly as a lot of the Pullman kitchens were drafted as mobile canteens and painted grey, but this is a guess and some were clearly still white.

 

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