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Entries from October 2008

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31 - Weekly Update

Thursday, October 23. 2008. Posted by Joel Ahrendt in Electric Car Department

85 - Woodshop Update October 19, 2008

Monday, October 20. 2008. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

181 - Milwaukee Electric L7 update 10/19

Monday, October 20. 2008. Posted by Robert Kutella in TMER&L L7 Locomotive

213 - Barn 11 Update October 11, 2008

Sunday, October 12. 2008. Posted by Robert Kutella in Barn 11 Construction

212 - Barn 11 Update October 8, 2008

Thursday, October 9. 2008. Posted by Robert Kutella in Barn 11 Construction

84 - Woodshop Update October 8, 2008

Thursday, October 9. 2008. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

211 - Barn 11 Update October 1, 2008

Thursday, October 2. 2008. Posted by Robert Kutella in Barn 11 Construction

83 - Wood Shop Update October 1, 2008

Thursday, October 2. 2008. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

238 - Website stats for September 2008

Wednesday, October 1. 2008. Posted by James Kolanowski in Info Tech Department

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Thomas Kaufman about From the Shays point of view
Tue, 06-21-2016 15:53
Bob Crosby was the engineer of the Shay when I first rode behind it. He was a close friend of my late Uncle Bill Girling of the CB&Q. I am sure Bob is [...]


Thomas Kaufman about From the Shays point of view
Tue, 06-21-2016 15:49
Roger, Really nice to see the Shay in the current condition. when I first started coming to the museum as a young lad in the late 60's this was the [...]


Raphael about From the Shays point of view
Mon, 06-20-2016 22:57
i don't recall the shay ever having a wedge plow.


Zach Godzicki about The Turntable Unloading Prep
Mon, 06-20-2016 12:03
I can't wait to see this project completed, will have to put in a donation for this!! Are there any operational 130 foot turntables left in the US [...]


Cabbage Stack about Shay #5 from Brian Davies January 2016
Sun, 06-19-2016 18:27
>>>"I feel it is important to restore and maintain all parts on the locomotive, whether or not they are normally used." Excellent Brian! Well [...]


Raphael about Steam will likely run Memorial weekend
Thu, 06-02-2016 01:50
i wouldn't be surprised if 1630's 135 car haul made its way to Trains Magazine.


Jeff about Steam will likely run Memorial weekend
Tue, 05-31-2016 14:32
Great job guys. My family and I loved the steam engine run. I have never seen one up close in operation and it was amazing.


Ethan Armitage about Steam will likely run Memorial weekend
Mon, 05-30-2016 07:59
HI Nigel, This is Ethan A. Good job on 1630, shay 5 and 428 UP. I liked riding on 1630 yesterday. Thank you, Nigel, for working on the steam [...]


chris sosin about Steam will likely run Memorial weekend
Sun, 05-29-2016 18:57
Great job steam team!!! I wanted to get out to IRM to see 1630 run, but it just wasn,t in the cards for this week end. I did see her running on the [...]


Raphael about Turntable successfully unloaded
Sat, 05-28-2016 22:03
once turntable installation is complete, will there be a roundhouse? if so, how many stalls?


c kronenwetter about Steam will likely run Memorial weekend
Fri, 05-27-2016 22:57
A job nicely done Nigel. Thanks to all of the steam team from we watchers out here in Internet land.


Ted Miles, IRM Member about Turntable successfully unloaded
Fri, 05-27-2016 15:56
Nigel, That is one big sukker of a turntable! i have pushed a narrow gauge table by hand; i do not think you can do that with the new one [...]