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Re: Grouping clarification I think it was Dean who told me the Cardinal System was so named because the state birds of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio are all the northern Cardinal.
Re: (unknown) Actually calling for a high of 56 on Wednesday. I’m already acclimated to the colder temps and this warm weather is going to screw me up! I see colder
Re: (unknown) Thanks Rick, That would be great if you took a photo. Discharge side of the scrubber... interesting. The discharge side of the scrubber will guarantee a
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Re: [STEEL] Re: Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Don dunn beat me too it. Thanks don dunn. Haha Sam Sent from my HTC ... From: "Brendan" To: ,
Re: (unknown) At Carrie there is a pipe that runs from the space between the bells to the discharge side of the gas washers. Do you want some detail pics of the system?
Blast Furnace Bell Equalization Line Venting Am I correct that the blast furnace Bell Equalization Line is vented to the scrubber, or is it vented to the line going into the scrubber?
(no subject) Where does the gas used to equalize the bell pressure come from? Or, a better question may be where does the inlet line for the bell equalization pipe
Re: Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Can't wait to see some photos mov1947 From: "srmyers86@..." To: STEEL@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, December 3, 2013 4:28 PM
Re: Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay The guys and roads who made up the Cardinal System Lines was Dean Freytag (South Ridge Lines), John Roberts (Blue Ridge & South), Jack Brown (New Hope &
Re: Grouping clarification Well that answered my question and I was wrong about you, Jim. Brendan ... Brendan b.brosnan@...
Re: Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Sam, Since you have the article (I thought there was more than one) fill us in on who the railroaders were. I am betting Jim Hediger was the one I could not
Re: Grouping clarification Two of the best know model railroad conglomerations in recent history were: The Appalachian Lines which included: Tony Koester's Allegheny Midland Allen
Re: [STEEL] Re: Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay J. Walsh, D. Dunn supplied me with the April 1989 issue rmc article about the cardinal system. After reading it, I was wound tight all day. I believe the
Re: Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Sorry Sam. I get this in digest form so I didn't see it until late last night after being at Chili's watching the Seahawks trounce on the Saints; a good time.
Re: [STEEL] Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Jim t, I've been seeing round house thrall gon kits popping up a lot at a couple of local shows. I'm going to paint the cars in the Davies orange and red
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Re: [STEEL] Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Thank you Brendan and Mr. Dunn for the info. I will read over the pdf as soon as I receive it. Sam Pittsburgh, pa Sent from my HTC ... From: "Donald Dunn"
Re: Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay There was an article in the April 1989 issue of Railroad Model Craftsman that explains the Cardinal System and how Dean and friend that made it up. Take Care
Re: Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Several Cardinal System car variants, including the Thrall coal gons, were sold via silent auction at the 2012 Railroad Industries Modeling SIG meet in
Re: Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Sam, Cardinal System was a formed by Dean and a bunch of his friends and depicted a group or regional Rr that joined together much like the "Family Lines" and
Re: [STEEL] Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Joe, I have a couple questions about the Davies Steel Thrall Gons. What are the build dates on the cars? Could you explain the significance of the "cardinal
Re: Tramway question - LaBelle Steel Steubenville (North Plant) Rick, Thank you for your information, just what I needed. I had long wondered what the buildings were behind the blowing engine house - I had no idea there was
Re: Tramway question - LaBelle Steel Steubenville (North Plant) The tramway was 42” gauge, and served a coal mine that was located behind the blowing engine house. The mine was a shaft mine, with a hoist house,
Re: Tramway question - LaBelle Steel Steubenville (North Plant) My roster shows Steubenville and Mingo all in one. In addition to the standard gauge and the 36" gauge, they also had one 30" gauge Plymouth model BL built in
Tramway question - LaBelle Steel Steubenville (North Plant) I have a specific question, but any general information from other steelworks or time periods would be appreciated. The plant is the LaBelle Iron Works in
Davies Steel Thrall gondolas on E-bay Hi, I thought I'd try to drum up a little interest in two E-bay auctions of Dean Freytag's Davies Steel Thrall gondolas (Roundhouse/MDC) with different
Re: Industrial Model Shop, Spring Fever night out Perhaps my memory was faulty. Dave Stroebe Spring Lake Iron & Steel Charles Wesley Works "Building America One Beam At A Time." ... On Sat, 11/30/13,
Re: Industrial Model Shop, Spring Fever night out The movie was filmed in Cottage Grove, Oregon. Buster Keaton's classic railroad movie, "The General", was also filmed there as well as railroad scenes in the
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Possible reasons of Chattering Marks after Cold rolling Dear All, We are observing chatter marks after cold rolling. kindly guide us about the possible causes of these chattered marks??? We have a 4Hi CVC plus
Re: Industrial Model Shop, Spring Fever night out I think it was filmed in Oregon, or somewhere in the northwest. Jim T.
Re: Industrial Model Shop, Spring Fever night out It is interesting that "Empire of the North" was shot on the Chessie System in Michigan as I recall an issue of the Chessie News. Dave Stroebe Spring Lake Iron
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