Re: What happened to the MRS1 and 2 at RVJ?
Author: Al Stangenberger
Date: 05-21-2020 - 18:47

No, the MRS-1's from RVJ are USN 65-00612 and 65-00613. They are now on the roster for Railtown 1897 State Historical Park in Jamestown CA.
Wikipedia's roster for Jamestown

The Western Railway Museum ("RVJ") is at Rio Vista Junction, a station on the old Sacramento Northern line to Sacramento.

The city of Rio Vista never had railroad service. Rio Vista Junction is where railroad passengers going to Rio Vista transferred to a bus to complete the trip.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  What happened to the MRS1 and 2 at RVJ? ke6qr 05-21-2020 - 12:40
  Re: What happened to the MRS1 and 2 at RVJ? RVJ refugee 05-21-2020 - 14:21
  Re: What happened to the MRS1 and 2 at RVJ? Berg 05-21-2020 - 16:33
  Re: What happened to the MRS1 and 2 at RVJ? Al Stangenberger 05-21-2020 - 18:47
  Re: What happened to the MRS1 and 2 at RVJ? USN 65-00614 05-22-2020 - 01:39
  Re: What happened to the MRS1 and 2 at RVJ? J Mann 05-22-2020 - 09:15
  Re: Wikipedia's roster for Jamestown Al Stangenberger 05-22-2020 - 11:32
  Re: What happened to the MRS1 and 2 at RVJ? Dr Zarkoff 05-22-2020 - 22:57
  Re: Portol Huff 05-22-2020 - 04:24


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