Here are C-63 and C-64 before they were repainted
Here are C-63 and C-64 as they look fresh after painting before receiving their lettering
Who doesn't like night shots? night photography session with the two cabooses.
Another volunteer is installing one of those new windows. These windows were put in to improve the lighting inside our ex Boston and Maine car.
The B&M car having its brakes tested for the first time since at least 2006. No holes in the system!
The first coat of "Safety Red" has been applied to 13388. The closest shad of red to MPs caboose red is known today as "Safety Red."
Here are 13388 and 13456 after receiving a coat of paint. We think they look much better now then they did. We left that unpainted patch on 13456 and so that we can measure the size of the logo outline that is still visible.
The day finally came to put the lettering on C-63 and C-64. A few volunteers went out and got it done!
We applied a "We serve with Pride" logo on C-64 because we thought it really fit with the Yellow and Blue. The saying around Twin Forks is that we "Preserve with Pride."
The B&M car needed a bath. After the lettering was applied to C-63 and C-64, we power washed 4590 to get rid of the grime that was on the side of the car, along with any loose paint.
After Lettering and Numbering was applied, we can finally say that both our former Long Island cabooses finally have their respective identities back.