I have never seen any photos of a Trainmaster on the Blue Bird. However, I
believe the OP was using "Bluebird" as a nick name for the Wabash (and Ann
Arbor) blue, white and gray scheme applied to the E's normally assigned to
the Blue Bird but also applied to Fs, GPs, FAs, and TMs. Geezer
Do you know if the 700 series P-1 4-6-4s ever pulled a pre-diesel Bluebird?
(Or if there even was a Bluebird before the E-7s and streamlined cars of
1950?) I was mightily impressed by those lovely blue Hudsons at the age of
6 or 7, riding behind them from Decatur to Peru, but don't know the train
name, if that run even had one.
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