Bill Yoder-the 3/4-inch audit guy

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Re: Bill Yoder-the 3/4-inch audit guy

Post by Bill Shields » Fri Jan 04, 2019 9:18 pm

Jon Leiby had it in his basement the last time I spoke with him.
Too many things going on to bother listing them.

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Re: Bill Yoder-the 3/4-inch audit guy

Post by WJH » Fri Jan 04, 2019 9:21 pm

Harold had some great stories about the NYC. Wish I had more time to talk to him

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Re: Bill Yoder-the 3/4-inch audit guy

Post by Comstock-Friend » Mon Jan 07, 2019 5:42 pm

Interesting, not a single Coventry B&O D30 0-6-0. Maybe I can be first!

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Re: Bill Yoder-the 3/4-inch audit guy

Post by Glenn Brooks » Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:49 pm

Piggybacking on the thread, Iam also still looking for 3/4” (maybe 1”) scale locos produced and sold by Albert Campbell around the turn of the century (1890 thru 1920). Campbell designed and sold about 100 castings kits, and 25 fully built loco’s during this time. So far, have found only 2 engines, one in the Campbell familynownership, and one 12 5/8” gauge. But no others in 3/4” scale.

Would love to see a photo or two of one of his small scale engines...Anybody know where one might be found?

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Motive power : 1902 A.S.Campbell 4-4-0 American - 12 5/8" gauge, 1955 Ottaway 4-4-0 American 12" gauge

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