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DNWP Coach No. 707 by CrisGer 
31 May 2015 - 09:50 AM
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Denver Northwestern & Pacific Coach No. 707

Built by St Charles Car Company 1899


Model by Wayne Campbell
Texture by Chris Gerlach
WAG by Dean Steam and Wayne Campbell
Data by John Emmott and DSLHS
Builders photos from St Charles Car Company
Research and Production by Chris Gerlach
QC, Historical review and corrections by Wayne Campbell, John Emmot and Chris Gerlach
READ ME expansion by John Emmot
Testing by CSG, Dean Steam and GMan347

Alternative Texture set to switch between Gilt striped and Green Normal included.

Livery is the delivery livery of Pullman green with gold piping. The gold detailing faded over time but this was the original livery in detail.

A class of eight cars obtained for the DNWP as the first passenger service, these were wooden monitor roofed Closed vestibule truss rod coaches of the finest design and materials and craftsmanship. They served the DNWP as the primary passenger service until the next group of passenger coaches were built for the Railroad by the Pullman Company. These cars included 2 combines with partial passenger seating, and Baggage and freight facilities for Cars number 661 and 660.

The first two combines (baggage/passenger), 660 and 661, from CB RR were probably identical. 660 it was significantly modified in 1908/1909 and became the 672. It was burned to the trucks in 1913. It did operate on the line looking like the 661 for about four/five years.DNWP then obtained RPO combines 670 and 671 from Pullman in 1906. A new steel RPO/baggage, rounded or turtle topped with high roof vents, 560, came from Pullman in 1913

These cars were equipped with air Westinghouse brakes and pullman trucks friction bearing four wheel trucks.

This fine model was created for the Moffat Road Project by the generous gift of Wayne Campbell, and are made to the exact specification of the originals based on plans and builders photos obtained thru the gracious sharing of John Emmot of the DSLHS.

This model may not be used for any commercial purpose of any nature nor converted to any other format without the permission of the makers listed here. It is intended for use in MSTS and Open Rails and can be numbered as one of the six cars of this class with the enclosed freight animation shapes for which custom WAGS have been created. So the cars will show up in TRAINS folder as the car number specific for that car

Chris Gerlach (CrisGer)
Elvas Tower
February 2015

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