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Bill Wulfert about Unsual activities in the Coach Dept
Wed, 09-02-2015 23:17
Bill Nedden waxed at least 2 of the Lackawanna cars in the early 70's. They could use it again!


Nick about Barn 14 on the rise
Wed, 09-02-2015 17:01
Was just out there last weekend and took a peek at the new barns. It is amazing how much progress has been made in the past 10 or so years in [...]


Roger Kramer about Cleaning the professional way
Tue, 09-01-2015 19:19
Hello Mike They were hired with no comment and enjoyed working on our equipment. They did a fine job and we will hire them again. Thanks Roger


Mike Minear about Cleaning the professional way
Tue, 09-01-2015 15:11
just kinda curious on how the cleaning company responded to the job request. 'you want us to clean what? How many?'


Roger Kramer about The roof gets added
Sat, 08-29-2015 23:13
Hello Mr. K I will differ any answers to the General Manager. Hopefully, he has an idea. The building of these two barns has taken a lot of [...]


Roger Kramer about Barn raising continues
Sat, 08-29-2015 23:09
Hello Luke From what I am hearing to get an occupancy permit from the country will take till late spring or early summer 2016 A lot of [...]


C Kronenwetter about The roof gets added
Sat, 08-29-2015 17:50
What sort of expensive issues? This thing has been out of service for a couple of years now. How much $$ are we looking at to fix or replace it?


Luke Solberg about Barn raising continues
Sat, 08-29-2015 10:46
How long until you can start putting equipment in the barn?


Roger Kramer about Barn raising continues
Sat, 08-29-2015 09:28
Hi Jake The dimensions are quite impressive to say the least. 512 feet long, 62 feet wide, and17 feet tall at the bottom of the rafters. The [...]


Jake about Barn raising continues
Sat, 08-29-2015 08:54
That's great! Just wondering, what are the dimensions of the barn (length, width, height, etc.)?


Kurt Schlieter about The roof gets added
Fri, 08-28-2015 09:35
I will be at the museum over Labor Day weekend and would be happy take a look at, and if possible, repair the problems on the webcams. Can someone [...]


Roger Kramer about A matching grant $ check
Fri, 08-28-2015 08:24
Hello Jim No the Mt. Harvard still is not a Irm. We are still needing donations to move the 83 foot long Pullman to the museum. Hopefully, if [...]