Anthony Thompson <thompson@...>
Bill Dixon wrote:
Although roller bearings we developed quite early I don't think theBaloney. The steels used after the war for bearings are the same as in the 1920s. And the locomotives and cars which did receive roller bearings in the 1930s performed just fine. Railroads just didn't choose to use them (or perhaps, feel willing to pay for them).
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