My Library - Drawings

This page contains a listing of scale drawings in my personal library.

Compartment, Observation-Lounge Car Plan No 3975

Source: The Keystone Magazine

Compartment, Observation-Lounge Car Plan No 3975-A-1

Source: The Keystone Magazine

Compartment, Observation-Lounge Car Plan No 3975-C

Source: The Keystone Magazine

Compartment, Observation-Lounge Car Plan No 3975-C-1

Includes photos of the car's exterior and interior.
Source: The Keystone Magazine

Compartment, Observation-Lounge Car Plan No 3975-F

Source: The Keystone Magazine

Compartment, Observation-Lounge Car Plan No 3975-G

Source: The Keystone Magazine

Compartment, Observation-Lounge Car Plan No 3975-M

Source: The Keystone Magazine

Compartment, Observation-Lounge Car Plan No 3975-O

Source: The Keystone Magazine

CPR Overhead Farm Crossing

This is a foot/automobile bridge that spans a single railroad track. It was based on 1906 Canadian Pacific plans. Drawings from various angles starting on page 20 of the issue.
Scale: 1:87
Source: Model Railroading Magazine, November 2000

Odenton, 1918

Source: Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society

PRR F3

Number: B435273
Lettering, striping, and painting of F3 five-stripe.
Source: The Keystone Magazine

PRR F3

Number: B438014
Lettering, striping, and painting of F3 single-stripe.
Source: The Keystone Magazine

PRR F7A FP7A

Number: B452646
Lettering, striping, and painting of EFP-15, EF-15A, and EH-15 A-units.
Source: The Keystone Magazine

PRR F7B FP7B

Number: B452645
Lettering, striping, and painting of EFP-15 and EF-15A B-units.
Source: The Keystone Magazine

PRR Freight Car Cross Ties


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Number: E-441195
Freight car cross ties details diagram. Single sheet.
Source: Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society

PRR H21a Arrangement of Bolster and End Sill


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Number: C-80975
Shows the side, top, and end view of the end sill, and a cross section of the bolster area (partial). Applies to PRR H21a, H22, and H22a. Consists of four, partially overlapping sheets. This is a good drawing to get for these types of cars.
Source: Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society

PRR H21a General Arrangement

Number: C-57368
Applies to H21, H21a. Its content is similar to C-81856, but it shows the clamshell hoppers instead. Shows the top-down and bottom-up view of the hopper bays, side views of the car, B end, and cross section at bolster and cross bearer. Consists of four, partially overlapping sheets.
Source: Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society

PRR H21a General Arrangement


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Number: C-81856
Applies to H21a. Shows the top-down and bottom-up view of the hopper bays, side views of the car, B end, cross section at bolster and cross bearer. Consists of four, partially overlapping sheets. This is a good drawing to get for these types of cars.
Source: Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society

PRR H21a General Arrangement


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Number: D-426286
Applies to PRR H21a composite. Z bar bracing, Z bar posts. Consists of two, partially overlapping sheets.
Source: Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society

Room-Lounge Car Plan No 3975-V

Tracing No MD-D-4973

Painting, striping, and lettering for conventional and streamlined conventional cars which are painted PRR colors.
Source: The Keystone Magazine