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Entries from June 2011

Topics from June, 2011

949 - News Update - June 29, 2011

Thursday, June 30. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella in Freight Car Department

948 - Polishing up on the polishing...

Monday, June 27. 2011. Posted by James Kolanowski in Diesel Department

947 - Wood Shop Update - June 25, 2011

Sunday, June 26. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella

943 - Wood Shop Update - June 18, 2011

Sunday, June 19. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

940 - Wood Shop Update - June 15, 2011

Thursday, June 16. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

939 - Wood Shop Update - June 11, 2011

Sunday, June 12. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

937 - Car Work - June 8, 2011

Thursday, June 9. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella in Freight Car Department

936 - Wood Shop Update - June 8, 2011

Thursday, June 9. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

935 - Car Work - June 4, 2011

Sunday, June 5. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella in Freight Car Department

934 - Site Update - June 4, 2011

Sunday, June 5. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella in General

933 - Wood Shop Update - June 1, 2011

Thursday, June 2. 2011. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

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Pauline Trabert about October Activities in the Passenger Car Department
Fri, 10-24-2014 11:37
Google tracks blog comments as one measure of social interaction. Because the IRM website is spidered frequently and has high pagerank, links to the [...]


Jim F about October Activities in the Passenger Car Department
Fri, 10-24-2014 00:38
Just curious...when I google myself I see comments I made here. What Causes that? Also, will the Barn 9 webcam be up and running next season? Lastly, [...]


Michael McCraren about September 27-28-29 Passenger Car Department Update
Sun, 10-19-2014 16:20
Yes, we still have the "Birmingham" and we have held private parties in it this year. It is open to the public sometimes during the summer. If you [...]


Lynn Lawrence about September 27-28-29 Passenger Car Department Update
Fri, 10-17-2014 10:21
My sister used to own the ACL Birmingham Lightweight Diner when it was located in Lansing, IL. Do you still have this car at your location? And if so, [...]


SteveC about Tender on RI 938.... painted
Mon, 10-13-2014 08:11
I forgot to add in my last comment that I want to complement you folks on tackling these cosmetic restorations of these locomotives, but still taking [...]


SteveC about Tender on RI 938.... painted
Mon, 10-13-2014 08:06
I would love to see the 938 restored, but I have to agree with Logan's post. The #101, #7, & 26 are also in partial restoration mode. The [...]


dean about Tender on RI 938.... painted
Sun, 10-12-2014 18:44
wouldn't 3007 or 16 be better candidates for future restoration? I'm not sayin', I'm just sayin'.


Joshua Craig Beytien about Tender on RI 938.... painted
Sat, 10-11-2014 18:51
I thought 938 is only in display until I realized that the locomotive was in the restoration shop. Wat r u guys up 2 with the 938? Is this restoration [...]


Raffy about Tender on RI 938.... painted
Sat, 10-11-2014 17:27
don't forget that the museum is also itching to restore GN&A mogul 26. heck they might also want to do T&D 16 or even do a proper restoration on [...]


Wally Unglaub about Model Railway Display Building
Fri, 10-10-2014 13:27
Thanks Roger, will do! As a retiree on a fixed income, I couldn't be the biggest help money-wise but as a long time model railroader, I feel I can be [...]


Max Crosby about Tender on RI 938.... painted
Thu, 10-09-2014 21:49
So you guys are just repainting her? No patching of rust and no lettering or numbering?


Logan about Tender on RI 938.... painted
Thu, 10-09-2014 21:39
Let's just say that in the future, there is an effort put forth to restore the 938, would work be performed after the main three steamers are [...]