Brunswick website and link to antique tables. http://www.brunswickbilliards.com/our_rich_history/antique_tables/r_tables.html
Finally finished my table. It is a 1922 Regina. 8 foot oversize. The pockets were no. 5 and all indications were that the table was supposed to have no. 6 pockets. I had Hood leather custom make the pockets and shields leather. The frame warped after I removed the factory veneer from one side. I had to reflatten the the warped frame and re apply veneer. All 4 sides of legs warped when I removed the old veneer. The process included planing sanding and screwing the edges down to a new inner frame then resanding and the use of some automotive body putty to prepare for new veneer. All 4 cornes of each leg received a solid piece of mahogany where the sides meet in case in the future a corner rubs through or comes loose ( easier to fix with same species under the show thru.
The rails had to be rebuilt. I just sliced it and sliced it-- one side at a time until i got to solid poplar. Then rebuilt to K-66 specs with a 1/8 inch thick Pommele Mahogany veneer on top, with K-66 cushions. Also don't forget the underside needs new staple rail. The sides of the slate support will also need new wood for staple rail.
I will NEVER EVER attempt another restore like this. I did all labor myself except for art deco inlays and pocket leather. Spent over $4000 in materials and sold the table for I am not saying. Labor was approx 320 hours so I will never get that time back. I could have been watching tv or mowing the yard or tanning or whatever people do.
I ordered the art deco inlays from Jason at Acute Marquetry
Bought veneer for rails and frame off ebay from Exotic wood veneer plus--see some for sale now.
I had to slice off chunks of rotted wood and glue back in solid mahogany for a solid substrate on all rails. Only the top side got veneer on rails. The edges were solid so I could profile the edge and blend in with the veneer seam rather than roll the veneer edge over the side. I do a dried glue (cheap Titebond yellow glue) iron on method of veneering. C --Mike Burton's Veneering a Foundation Course.
I don't know if I answered your question. There is alot of information in the internet regarding pool tables, etc. This website was good for deminsions and drawings. http://www.bestbilliard.com/resources/buildtable.cfm