Plans for Combination Depot

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Mon Jun 28 09:02:42 EDT 2004

We have a standard wood Second Class station drawing in the Archives.  Also, the Standard book has the later brick station.
Note that the standard plan is a point of departure for the stations.  All seem to be a little different in size from the standard.  The stations were sized to the local business.

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Does anyone know  where I can obtain plans or a scale drawing of the N&W's standard No. 2 combination depot? 

Thanks in advance 

Paul Mandelkern 
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