Could you explain what you mean by B&O passenger colors? Do you mean the more blue that's darker than the powder blue of the postwar F3s?
@Woody Ridenour posted:
I just refer to it as B&O "passenger" colloquially, to differentiate with the solid blue or sunburst schemes. I believe the Geeps were painted in this scheme when they were used for passenger and the solid blue when used for freight, but I could be wrong. A B&O historian would have to correct me on this.
Lionel did these correct scale B & O F-3s. (Pretty cool and unique feature: the front "115" engine number just below the headlight is illuminated.)