its great to see you have a well equiped shop to do the change out. its great to see this unit put back in service without having to be sent out.
Did the machine shop which did the axle work wish to remain anonymous? If not, maybe a 'thank you' on IRM's website might lead to additional jobs for the shop from IRM's visitors and members.
We prefer not to say the name until they authorize us to do so. Some places don't always want to be publicized like that.
I was browsing your roster photo album and was intrigued by the D&R 14. Is there any hope, even in the distant future to restore this Winton powered locomotive, or is it too far gone and parts impossible to aquire to ever hope it will run again?
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#1: jack pfleeger on 2010-11-29 18:16
#2: Mike Gorecki on 2010-11-30 00:50
#2.1: James Kolanowski on 2010-11-30 02:35
#3: Mike Z on 2011-01-20 19:05
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