Jerry Britton grew up in the shadow of the Reading Railroad, but somehow attached himself to the Pennsy at an early age. Jerry is the publisher of the Keystone Crossings family of internet and social media sites, as well as the AlphabetRoute.com site. Jerry models the Pennsy in HO scale, set in the 1950s around Lewistown, Pa. Jerry is the chief information security officer for the Pennsylvania State Police.

HO Scale: BLI Projects "At Risk"

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Broadway Limited Imports has reported to the Society's Modeling Committee that three HO scale projects are "at risk" due to low reservations. The three projects are the Streamlined K4s, the P5A box cab motor, and the GG1 motor. Based on feedback duri...
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PRRT&HS: Pittsburgh Division Valuation Maps Published

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The Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society (PRRT&HS) has published the first in a series of valuation map DVD's from its archives at Lewistown. The contents of this set are based on the extent of the Pittsburgh Division during t...
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HO Scale: PRR X37B Box Car Released

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Funaro & Camerlengo has released the PRR X37 B box car as a resin kit. The X37 B was a 40' double-door steel box car built by the PRR in 1940. The cars featured 5/5 dreadnaught ends, 9 panel sides (4 to left, 5 to right of door), straig...
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HO Scale: PRR F28 Flat Car Released

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Funaro & Camerlengo  has released the PRR F28 depressed center flat car as a resin kit. The PRR built two of these 52'6" cars, 435491 and 435492, with 2F-F1 six-wheel trucks in 1927. The cars lasted beyond the PRR in 1968. The cars...
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HO Scale: X37 Series Box Car Decals Released

MVS HO X37 Proof
Mount Vernon Shops has released a new set of decals for HO scale PRR X37, X37 A & X37 B box cars in the Circle Keystone scheme. Realizing the great demands to be placed upon the PRR during a war situation, the PRR created a "1939 program", which ...
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