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Marty Bernard's Collection
 
9/24/2017
 
 
 
 
 
By:Marty Bernard
Dates:6/15/2013 - 9/30/2013
Album Info:Thanks to owner and restorer Al Pomeroy for adding the restoration details.
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Yes It's That Orange
Title:  Yes It's That Orange
Description:  At the RR Museum of New England. CV 4014 was built February 1925 by Central Vermont B&B gang. Replaced car of same # lost due to a fire.
Photo Date:  6/9/2013  Upload Date: 6/9/2013 7:51:18 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Title:  Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Description:  An utterly gorgeous wood caboose (buggy, as they say in New England). This is the non-cupola end of the car.
Photo Date:  6/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/15/2013 9:38:41 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
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CV 4014's Herald
Title:  CV 4014's Herald
Description:  One of two documented versions of the Maple Leaf, correct version for this car.
Photo Date:  6/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/15/2013 9:38:44 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Title:  Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Description:  Trucks and underframe painted to match the body style.
Photo Date:  6/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/15/2013 9:38:03 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Title:  Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Description:  Al Pomeroy, owner and renovator of the caboose (buggy in New England speak), rides the cupola. The interior paint scheme is as was found under 1/4 masonite that was universally applied over tounge and groove interior by the CV late in service life.
Photo Date:  6/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/15/2013 9:38:08 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Title:  Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Description:  Looking from the cupola end. Owner Al sometimes works on the caboose on Saturday and drives the train on Sunday. Yes, the caboose then serves one of it's original purposes. Owner Al Pomeroy notes, the interior needs a spucing up and is still on its first restoration from early 1990's.
Photo Date:  6/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/15/2013 9:38:13 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Central Vermont Caboose 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Title:  Central Vermont Caboose 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Description:  The fold-up table is original to the car and was moved to various positions along this side of the car during its service life. The coach seats are the owner's addition.
Photo Date:  6/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/15/2013 9:38:18 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Original Desk in Central Vermont 4014
Title:  Original Desk in Central Vermont 4014
Description:  At the Railway Museum of New England.
Photo Date:  6/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/15/2013 9:38:23 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Stove in CV 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Title:  Stove in CV 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Description:  The correct replacement stove was found shortly after purchase. The last stove used (oil fired) by the CV had been removed at Steamtown (Vermont).
Photo Date:  6/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/15/2013 9:38:35 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
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Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Title:  Central Vermont Buggy 4014 at the Railway Museum of New England
Description:  Al Pomeroy, owner and renovator of the caboose (buggy in New England speak), in the cupola end of the car. He said. The coach seats were my addition, and are not original to the car. a fold up bunk like the others should be in its place. Also, the interior needs a spucing up and is still on its first restoration from early 1990's."
Photo Date:  6/15/2013  Upload Date: 6/15/2013 9:38:30 PM
Location:  Thomaston, CT
Author:  Marty Bernard
Categories:  InCab
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