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I am building the PRR station in Huntingdon, Pa. from DPM parts. We are building the 1950s era and I have alot of back and white photos. I was wondering what colors the building would have been that year.(like 1955) It looks like tan ?? (color). What is the trim color? Green? Brown? Any help would be appriciated!! Thanks guys!!
I guess I should have been more clearer on my question...I was wondering what colors PRR would have used at that time on their structures...I didnt want to know if anyone knew the color of THAT station...Just an idea of the color combination they would have used Thanks again!! And sorry for the unclear question! I am using a "sandy-ocar" color for the brickwork but wasnt sure if the trim/doors was a green or brown...
Perfect!...I had alot of sites saved but never found that one on searches...Thanks much!..Thats will be alot of help!....Christmas came early!
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