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Entries from April 2013

Topics from April, 2013

1448 - Boston & Maine 1094 Improvments

Monday, April 29. 2013. Posted by Roger Kramer in Passenger Car Department

1459 - Steam Department Update 04-27-2013

Sunday, April 28. 2013. Posted by Nigel Bennett in Steam Department

1458 - Wood Shop Update - April 27, 2013

Sunday, April 28. 2013. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1456 - Wood Shop Update - April 24, 2013

Thursday, April 25. 2013. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1454 - Wood Shop Update - April 20, 2013

Sunday, April 21. 2013. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1453 - Steam Department Update 04-20-2013

Sunday, April 21. 2013. Posted by Nigel Bennett in Steam Department

1452 - Wood Shop Update - April 17, 2013

Thursday, April 18. 2013. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1451 - Ely Ceiling Work Nearly Complete

Tuesday, April 16. 2013. Posted by Pauline Trabert in Ely

1447 - Working on the Railroad....

Monday, April 15. 2013. Posted by Roger Kramer in Track Department

1445 - Steam Department Update 04-13-2013

Sunday, April 14. 2013. Posted by Nigel Bennett in Steam Department

1446 - Wood Shop Update - April 13, 2013

Sunday, April 14. 2013. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1444 - Wood Shop Update - April 10, 2013

Thursday, April 11. 2013. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1441 - Wood Shop Update - April 6, 2013

Monday, April 8. 2013. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

1440 - Steam Department Update 04-06-2013

Sunday, April 7. 2013. Posted by Nigel Bennett in Steam Department

1438 - Wood Shop Update - April 3, 2013

Friday, April 5. 2013. Posted by Robert Kutella in Wood Shop

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Nigel Bennett about 1630 Normal running
Sun, 05-24-2015 16:21
Steve, Thank you. It is the appreciation and introducing new generations to working steam that makes the work worthwhile. Impressive set of [...]


Steve Krause about 1630 Normal running
Sun, 05-24-2015 15:50
And I really appreciate the work! Got a lot of fine images with the sunshine yesterday, and got to briefly introduce my daughter to the cab courtesy [...]


Nigel Bennett about 1630 in service
Sun, 05-24-2015 10:53
Tim, Good idea. I will talk to our store manager about this. Nigel


Tim about 1630 in service
Sat, 05-23-2015 22:32
Awesome train, my son loved his first ride today. I just wish you guys sold some nice photos or artwork of this great train. I would love to buy [...]


C Kronenwetter about 1630 in service
Sat, 05-23-2015 18:13
Very nicely done, Nigel. Thanks to the steam team for all of their hard work!


Mark Poynter about 1630 in service
Fri, 05-22-2015 09:53
Well done and many congratulations to the entire steam crew! I'll be coming to IL from MT this summer and will see 1630 on July 4th.


Zach Kaye about 1630 in service
Thu, 05-21-2015 22:51
Awesome!!! Coming down for the event this Monday. Can hardly wait to see her in action!!!


Roger Kramer about A Major Announcement
Wed, 05-20-2015 21:47
Hello Warren The Mt. Harvard has the Pullman Mechanical system. Basically two Spicer drives one off each axle One runs the generator and the other [...]


Charles Dahle about A Major Announcement
Wed, 05-20-2015 17:17
Many thanks to Mark and Jon for all their efforts toward the RPO weekend. I was able to attend and thoroughly enjoyed myself.


Vince about Steam Department - Fingers crossed!
Wed, 05-20-2015 07:53
Good luck to all the folks who have worked to get 1630 back in action!


Nigel Bennett about Steam Department Update April 2015
Tue, 05-19-2015 22:21
Dave, A long day today but #1630 is complete and ready to be coaled and watered tomorrow. Unless anything unexpected shows up in the steam [...]


W Newhauser about A Major Announcement
Tue, 05-19-2015 19:14
Nice car! Can't wait to see it. I'm wondering what type of electrical/mechanical systems does it have?