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glendaledeb47
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Registered: ‎03-03-2011

Railroad Locomotive Train with Wings - Can Anyone Identify Company Represented?

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Hello and thanks in advance for your help.  I have four butter pat dishes made by Sterling of Liverpool Ohio.  They have a picture of a train with wings on the front.  Sterling made restaurant ware for many companies, so I assume this were used for service somewhere.  Does anyone recognize the logo and know who may have used it? 

 

 

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glendaledeb47
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Re: Railroad Locomotive Train with Wings - Can Anyone Identify Company Represented?

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Oh I found it .... it is the Union Pacific Winged Streamliner. 

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kbnode
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Re: Railroad Locomotive Train with Wings - Can Anyone Identify Company Represented?

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Butter pats are more collectable than other pieces of this more common railroad china design. This type of china was used on the dining cars.

 

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glendaledeb47
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Re: Railroad Locomotive Train with Wings - Can Anyone Identify Company Represented?

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Thank you! 

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