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Entries from April 2012

Topics from April, 2012

1175 - Permanent Collection

Sunday, April 29. 2012. Posted by Robert Kutella in Freight Car Department

1173 - Steam Department Update 4-28-2012

Sunday, April 29. 2012. Posted by Nigel Bennett in Steam Department

1171 - Wood Shop Update - April 25, 2012

Thursday, April 26. 2012. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1170 - Steam Department Update 4-21-2012

Sunday, April 22. 2012. Posted by Nigel Bennett in Steam Department

1169 - Wood Shop Update - April 21, 2012

Sunday, April 22. 2012. Posted by Robert Kutella

1168 - Wood Shop Update - April 18, 2012

Thursday, April 19. 2012. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1167 - Children's Playgound - April 17, 2012

Wednesday, April 18. 2012. Posted by Robert Kutella in Buildings and Grounds

1166 - Wood Shop Update - April 14, 2012

Monday, April 16. 2012. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1163 - Steam Department Update 4-14-2012

Sunday, April 15. 2012. Posted by Nigel Bennett in Steam Department

1161 - Wood Shop Update - April 7, 2012

Monday, April 9. 2012. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1159 - Steam Department Update 4-7-2012

Sunday, April 8. 2012. Posted by Nigel Bennett in Steam Department

1158 - Wood Shop Update - April 4, 2012

Friday, April 6. 2012. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1157 - Wood Shop Update - March 31, 2012

Sunday, April 1. 2012. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1156 - Steam Department Update 3-31-2012

Sunday, April 1. 2012. Posted by Nigel Bennett in Steam Department

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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 [...]


Jim Windmeier about A matching grant $ check
Fri, 08-28-2015 05:47
Is the Mt. Harvard at IRM?


Roger Kramer about The roof gets added
Thu, 08-27-2015 18:37
Hello Mike Thanks for your question but as the saying goes..... "Its yet to be determined" The carline camera has major expensive issues and will [...]


Joji Muramoto about Steam Department Update June 2015
Thu, 08-27-2015 16:21
Greetings, Nigel. We visited IRM in 2002 and enjoyed the 1630 ride. Ken, my son and a train artist, took many photos of 1630 and draw nice picture of [...]


Mike Gorecki about The roof gets added
Thu, 08-27-2015 05:32
Which barn is being considered to become the next display barn? Will it be one of the new barns, or possibly Barn 10, easy walking distance from the [...]


Jamie Kolanowski about Diesel Days line up, Sunday, July 19th, 2015
Mon, 08-24-2015 13:43
No decision has been made as to what we're doing with 902.


Nick about Diesel Days line up, Sunday, July 19th, 2015
Mon, 08-24-2015 12:37
Luke, The 902 was the victim of a very serious fire that heavily damaged it, pretty much beyond the point of reasonable restoration or repair. So [...]