Our locomotive fund has come along nicely during the past few months, but, still room for improvement. Our goal is about 50 percent complete. Let's go members we need help from more of you.
The following persons or firms have donated to the PSRMA's locomotive fund:
Stanton W. Kerr
J. W. Sefton Foundation
Robert L. Gaddie
William A. Kingston
John M. Cranston
Warren F. Quon
Lt. j.g. Thomas W. Matson
San Diego Model R.R. Club
Frank W. Cox
John A. Young
Phillip H. Goldman
Ben F. Woody
Thank You for your support!
IN THIS ISSUE
The last page of the Glossary Series is included in this issue. We hope you have found it useful and of interest.
A new series, "Definitions," will begin in this issue if room permits. This series will define terms as they are applied within Railroad Rules and Regulations of the Transportation Department. These terms will also be applicable to operating rules used in museum operations. These pages are part of a Educational Series set up by PSRMA's Operations Department.
POSITIONS OPEN IN MUSEUM
General Superintendent Walter Hayward announces that there are two openings in the Operations Department of PSRMA. We need a Custodian of Artifacts and Storekeeper-Purchasing Agent.
Hayward asked that anyone interested in either position please contact him. Both positions require time and work, and need to be filled immediatly.
Persons who were hard at work on the railbus during the month of October were Stan Kerr, Herb Kelsey, Doug Reynolds, Everette Mardock, Kent Anderson, Terry Durkin, Dan McLean, Chuck Gerdes, David Willoughby and Walt Hayward.
Report is the official publication of the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum of San Diego County, California, Incorporated. Officers are:
Stanton W. Kerr, president Lee B. Adams, vice president Richard Pennick, secretary Charles Gerdes, treasurer
Report Staff includes:
Charles Kent, editor George Geyer, circulation Kent Anderson, publicity
Museum address is:
P.O. Box 4081 San Diego, California 92104
Report address is:
2418 Edding Drive Lemon Grove, California 92045
60 YEARS AGO.......
Ground was broken at the foot of 28th Street, San Diego, for the San Diego and Arizona Railway. The first shovel of dirt was thrown by Mayor John F. Forward.
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