Re: Hey buddy, I got your Galvanized Pipe Load. . .

Thomas Birkett
 

They need a load shifter: there was one at the New Rip at Argentine which had been there for a LONG time. It was like a wood guillotine that was lowered until it could contact the pipe or culvert or lumber that had shifted in switching. Call in a switch engine and shove the car a little and it was back in place. Get the carmen to resecure the load and send it on to the customer. The alternative was not nearly as quick

Tom Birkett, Bartlesville, OK

 

From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io [mailto:main@RealSTMFC.groups.io] On Behalf Of Bill Welch
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Subject: [RealSTMFC] Hey buddy, I got your Galvanized Pipe Load. . .

 

Clark Propst shared this photo with me a few years ago: ATSF 90725 found in Manly, Iowa on 7-13-67.

Bill Welch

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