Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Milwaukee arrives in Syracuse
Member Russ Grills spent many hours meticulously assembling and painting this Walthers limited-run kit of Milwaukee terminal will greatly enhance our layout at the MOST. The prototype, built in the 1870s, today is a modern train and bus station. But for our purposes it will be strictly a conventional railroad station one would have found in cities like Milwaukee in the 1950s and 1960s. Photo by Dick Palmer
By Richard Palmer - December 15, 2010
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