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Drumheads Along the Hudson   

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By J. S. Halajko, TCA 84-20653                                      Winter 2017 

 

 

 

 

 

The Broadway Limited Sign below did not ride the rails. It is believed that it was a station platform sign. The White Pass also came from a station. The very large Central of New Jersey may have come from a ferryboat making it the only known railroad "drumhead" from a railroad's "navy". 

Other collections of Drumheads are open to the public, but none are located as close to most TCA members as the New York Society of Model Engineers. The METCA Division of the TCA has joint train meets with NYSME. 

Contact the METCA Division or the NYSME for future events.  It is best to call ahead to learn when the trains will be running. Don’t miss the opportunity to catch their layout in full operation.

Many thanks to NYSME members Andrew Brusgard and Bob Lavezzi for their assistance.

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