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Title: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on May 31, 2021, 09:28:18 AM
Anticipated work for Tuesday and Wednesday June 1-2, 2021.

*  Track:  complete Car Barn leads, ballast and spike.  (Tues)
                mountain extension preparation for tamping  (Wed)
                turn table lead dress ballast  (time permitting)

*  Tamper (Big Joe)  repair and service for Saturday operations.

*  Vacuum Brakes  (pending)

*  Tool Shed shingling.

*  Moving dirt

*  Shop work, wheel press  (pending)


         Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway
                              Time Table No. 16

Page 12             Emergency Information

                               In Case of Fire

1.   Trains must stop, investigate, and fight fires found in their wake.
2.   If the fire can not be controlled by means on the train, train crew call 9-1-1, then dispatcher.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Brendan Barry on June 01, 2021, 05:02:05 PM
Turntable lead and car barn tracks going back in.

Turntable lead from the lower yard.

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167 years of experience in the next two pictures.

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Ballasting bay 2 of the car barn.

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Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: James Patten on June 02, 2021, 06:50:34 AM
Anticipated work for Saturday June 5:

* Level the Mountain - jacking and tamping on the Mountain.
* Section house shingling
* Machine shop organization
* Earth moving @ AC
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Reidy on June 02, 2021, 06:59:19 AM
Do we know where on the Mountain the work will be focused Saturday?  Same area as before?
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 02, 2021, 07:35:44 AM
Bill we will be doing the big curve (Saw Mill curve). Today, a small crew will go up and set it up for tamping.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Reidy on June 02, 2021, 08:05:08 AM
Thanks Steve.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Jason M Lamontagne on June 02, 2021, 03:57:36 PM
Saturday June 5, 2021 Level the Mountain

If you are planning on attending this Saturday’s work event can you please let us know here, or message Steve Lennox?  Especially those who did not sign up on FareHarbor.  We are trying to get an understanding on the amount of help we should expect.

Dave and Bill??

This is a BIG lift, on the curve south of Trout Brook Bridge (“Sawmill Curve”).  6” in places, 300’ continuous lift.  We lifted the line rail over most of it today- as the tamper frees up jacks, track will be cross leveled, and the line rail of the remaining curve attended to.  Steve L has the plan and is ready to execute...

Thanks much,
Jason
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Reidy on June 02, 2021, 04:35:50 PM
Barring a last minute work crisis, I plan to be at the Railway Saturday.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Dwight Winkley on June 02, 2021, 05:39:47 PM
I plan to be there.   

        What's the plan for lunch? It keeps changing.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 02, 2021, 07:15:17 PM
Dwight the last word I have is lunch will be provided, I hope we will eat on the work site. Would you like to Engineer #52 for us?
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Dave Buczkowski on June 02, 2021, 08:40:07 PM
I can’t let Bill have all fun so I’m in.
Dave
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Dwight Winkley on June 02, 2021, 09:30:24 PM
Hi Stephen, Yes I will run 52 on the 5th.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Brian Whitney on June 03, 2021, 06:42:21 AM
I will be there .
Brian W.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 03, 2021, 05:32:38 PM

Work completed Tuesday and Wednesday June 1-2, 2021

Tuesday:

*  Track work, car barn leads were ballasted and put back in service, tamping to
    be completed at a later date.  Turn table lead received additional ballast.
    ( Steve L, Chuck, Brian W, Jonathan, Jay B, Leon)

*  Shop work, Wheel pressing.  (Jerry, Carlos, Alan)

*  Tool shed shingling.  (Stewart)

*  Mowing Alna Center, SS Campus  (Fred, Randy)

*  Vehicle repair (Brookville)  (Jay B)

*  Round/Engine house foundation poured

Wednesday:

*  Track, preparation for Saturdays Level the Mountain included cleaning out ballast,
    setting up jacks, leveling and cross leveling Saw Mill Curve.  (Steve L, Dan, Leon, Jared, Jason)

*  Tamper (Big Joe) repairs  (Jay B)

*  Switching, Tamper (Wilmah 1017 ?) to Machine shop lead 4, Caboose #320 inside Car barn
    Bay #2, Tamper (Big Joe on Machine shop Lead #1.  (Dan, Steve L, Chuck)

*  Gift shop (Cindy R)

*  Archives  (Linda)

*  Coach #9, assembly continues.


Note:  There were more things going both days, I apologize for missing them.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bob Holmes on June 03, 2021, 07:41:04 PM
Steve, your reports are really appreciated by all of us!!!

Bob
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 03, 2021, 07:48:06 PM
Thank you Bob.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Mike Fox on June 03, 2021, 09:48:20 PM
I think Wilmar will be 1016. The last 2 cars that were built and numbered were the work flat 1014 and the equipment car 1015. If I remember, I will bring the stencils..
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: James Patten on June 04, 2021, 06:48:43 AM
1016 is the tie changer (it's got 4 wheels), 1017 is the tamper.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: James Patten on June 05, 2021, 06:03:51 PM
Work done on Saturday June 5:

* Level the Mountain: Jacking and tamping occurred, making good progress.  The track went up several inches in places, making ballast hard to find in that immediate location.  Of course there's lots of other ballast in other places where we don't need it!
* Alna Center: A bunch of gravel was delivered, and Mike took the loader up to cart it around and put it under the pavilion.  Mike was also getting loam from a dirt pile north of the field and spreading it around the pavilion.
* Visitors: A few random visitors throughout the day, including relatives of Alice Ramsdell who came to see #9.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Richard "Steam" Symmes on June 05, 2021, 09:50:59 PM
Isn't Alice's nephew, a Mr. King, the man who leased the #9 to the WW&F, along with a boxcar?  I met Alice once years ago down at the Walker Transportation Collection at Beverly Historical Society. Every Wednesday evening was an open house / work session at the collection. There was an elderly deaf lady who used to visit once in a while. One night she came creaking down the stairs to our basement headquarters, and behind her was another old lady whom we'd never seen.  The first lady introduced her to us. . . "This is Alice Ramsdell". Well we were dumbstruck! The fabled owner of the WW&F locomotive down in Putnam, CT herself!  They stayed an hour or so and we dragged out lots of photos of the loco as SRR #5, SR&RL #6, KC #4.  She had a great time looking at them. It was the only time I ever saw her. I'll never forget it.
 Richard Symmes
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: James Patten on June 06, 2021, 03:32:38 PM
Yes, Mr. King is the owner of #9 and boxcar 309.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 07, 2021, 09:19:14 AM
Anticipated work for Tuesday and Wednesday June 8-9, 2021.

*  Track work, set up for the 2d section of Saw Mill curve  (Tue.) Tamp (Wed.)
*  Shop work, wheel pressing  (Pending)
*  Tool shed shingle work
*  Small vehicle repairs  (Brookville-pending)
*  Sheepscot, Campus work and maintenance
*  Vacuum brakes  (pending)

Note:  Weather conditions for both days will high temps (80+).
           Track/workers bring a lunch



                   Rules and Standards for Operations   Out of Service Track   

XV  Out of Service Track  (Rules 118-124)

118.  Out of Service Track  (page 33)Timetable Track Conditions
     
         Out of service track is any track not recognized as in service by the Timetable
         or Formal Notice, or any track authorized to be Out of Service per Rule 121
         and delineated by Fixed Red and Yellow track flags per Rule 122.

Example:  Notice Board Bulletin Order date 04/14/2021, Section titled
                  “Timetable Track Condition Changes”
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: James Patten on June 09, 2021, 06:53:51 AM
Anticipated work for Saturday June 12:

* Midcoast Conservancy Trail Day.  Not sure what's involved in this one!
* Earth moving, at AC and SS
* SS section house shingling
* Machine shop
* Board meeting at 4
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 09, 2021, 08:55:23 AM
Midcoast Conservancy Trail Day.

This is the project to relocate the "blue trail" at Trout Brook Preserve off of the WW&F RoW so that train service can safely begin at the new station site.

This is a critically important project to the long-term goals of the museum. All help will be greatly appreciated.
Please sign up at:
https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/wwfry/items/308456/?full-items=yes&flow=420374 (https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/wwfry/items/308456/?full-items=yes&flow=420374)
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Mike Fox on June 09, 2021, 09:10:21 AM
I will be late arriving Saturday so not sure what I'll do at AC.

Also, I wish I could make the trail relocation. I had walked and found an excellent spot that would require very little to put the trail through. Limbing and cut a couple of logs on old trees that had fallen over the years. But maybe you can find a better spot.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 09, 2021, 09:49:18 AM
There are various proposed locations for the trail relocation. We are meeting with Midcoast this afternoon to finalize the plan. The most important aspects are where the trail crosses the railroad and distance from the railroad when the trail runs parallel.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bob Holmes on June 09, 2021, 07:07:31 PM
This has always been a potential sticking point since we started the extension.  They have been using our ROW down there for a long time, but we own it!  So let's hope we can find a mutually satisfactory resolution that protects both us and them...both programmatically and legally.

Bob
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Reidy on June 09, 2021, 07:37:41 PM
Midcoast Conservancy Trail Day.

This is the project to relocate the "blue trail" at Trout Brook Preserve off of the WW&F RoW so that train service can safely begin at the new station site.

This is a critically important project to the long-term goals of the museum. All help will be greatly appreciated.
Please sign up at:
https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/wwfry/items/308456/?full-items=yes&flow=420374 (https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/wwfry/items/308456/?full-items=yes&flow=420374)

I have to work Saturday; otherwise, I'd join the work.  Like our Museum, Midcoast Conservancy has done much work to preserve the cultural and natural heritage of the Sheepscot Valley.  I'm glad we can and do partner with the conservancy, SeaLyon Farm and other local businesses and organizations.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 09, 2021, 07:41:52 PM
Quote
let's hope we can find a mutually satisfactory resolution

That is indeed the goal and Midcoast Conservancy has been fabulous to partner with. The solution that is being implemented is more than satisfactory to everyone involved.

Work will begin on Saturday on a new "upper" connecting trail which will allow visitors to the Preserve to only cross the tracks in one location (near the bridge) while maintaining convenient access the entire trail system. If there is time, the new lower trail from the parking lot to the pedestrian crossing will be roughed in.

Once completed, there will be no need for visitors to Trout Brook Preserve to walk on or alongside the active railroad.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 10, 2021, 09:13:31 AM
Work completed Tuesday and Wednesday June 8-9, 2021.

Tuesday:

*  Track work, the second section of Saw Mill Curve was lifted and readied for tamping.
    (Steve L, Dan, Brian W, Chuck, Jason).
*  Shop work, Wheel Pressing  (Jerry and Carlos)
*  Tool Shed shingling  (Stewart)
*  Small vehicle repair,   Brookville  (Jay B)  Fred’s Tractor  (Brendan)
*  Moving and campus clean up (Fred, Randy)

Wednesday:

*  Track work, cross leveling and tamping Saw Mill curve. (Steve L, Brian W, Leon, Randy, Chuck)
*  Shop work, #10 and #11 parts relocated in prep for Bay #1 over head crane install (Jason, Gordon C)
*  Mowing Alna Center (Fred, Randy)
*  Tool Shed shingling (Stewart)
*  Brookville work continues (Jay B)

There several other things going I may have missed.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 10, 2021, 09:33:42 AM
Also Wednesday:
Meeting with representatives from Midcoast Conservancy to discuss trail relocation, other mutually beneficial arrangements, and planning for Saturday's work session at Trout Brook Preserve. (Dave, Jason, Ed.)
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Pete Stevens on June 10, 2021, 09:38:51 PM
Cody and I plan to be there on Saturday. Just to be certain, Trout Brook volunteers are not arriving via train, correct?
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Dwight Winkley on June 10, 2021, 10:03:23 PM
Hi Pete, I just checked the Crew Calendar and Saturdays train to Trout Brook has been ANNULLED.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 10, 2021, 10:12:23 PM
Dwight is correct. There will be no work train from Sheepscot to Trout Brook on Saturday. Volunteers should carpool from Sheepscot, or meet us at Trout Brook Preserve around 9:00am.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: James Patten on June 12, 2021, 08:32:06 PM
Work done on Saturday June 12:

* Trout Brook Trail Day: a fair sized crew blazed a new trail at the Midcoast Conservancy, and relocated an old trail (off our track).
* Sheepscot Section house: Stewart (and later Dana) were busy shingling.
* Machine shop: Nicole was emery clothing the journals on the new axles.  Alan oversaw the turning of the flanging machine around 120 degrees.
* Other work: Nicole and Cody were cleaning out the coaches.  Fred did some mowing.  Mike did some earth moving in the afternoon.
* Board meeting
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Pete Stevens on June 12, 2021, 08:55:17 PM
A few photos from the machine shop today.

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Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Pete Stevens on June 12, 2021, 08:57:56 PM
Add to today's accomplishments: Cody hauled away 20 buckets of cinders from the ash pit at Sheepscot Station.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Jeff Schumaker on June 13, 2021, 09:49:45 AM
I bet Cody slept well last night.

Jeff S.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Mike Fox on June 13, 2021, 04:49:33 PM
Sunday, the equipment was moved north from AC. I removed a few stumps in the Yard Limit on the East side, smoothing up the area so it can be mowed with a bush hog.

(https://i.postimg.cc/cJrKLQYp/0613211243.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/zXFHtD8c/0613211245.jpg)

Next weeked will be headed towards Albees Field.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Reidy on June 13, 2021, 06:06:03 PM
Thanks Mike.  The use of a bush hog will make a big difference maintaining the active right-of-way.  I've noticed this spring lots of saplings and brush well along in various spots like the grade between Brook and Sutter's crossings and around milepost 7.  We could keep up with it in the past, but the days of ground crews with blade trimmers and chainsaws doing this has passed.  Growing pains, I'd say.  Our active railway is 2.5 miles long now, and the 3/4-mile Mountain Extension will open soon.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: ALAIN DELASSUS on June 14, 2021, 07:22:30 AM
 I know what a bush and a hog are but I can't picture  what  a bush hog is. Could you put me in the picture with a picture.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Tom Casper on June 14, 2021, 07:38:50 AM
Alain,   I always called it a brush hog.  anyhow, it is a tractor pulled rotary mower.

Tom C.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: ALAIN DELASSUS on June 14, 2021, 08:04:47 AM
Thank you Tom. I can picture it by now. I often meet them mowing the backsides of the road. I do prefer meeting them to bumping into a wild one rushing out of the bush right in front of my car when I drive through the Orleans forest. In the Département du Loiret where I live, the rotary mower is mostly fixed on a John Deer tractor like Fred's one that could be loaded on a flatcar for that purpose.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Graham Buxton on June 14, 2021, 08:30:17 AM
There is an agricultural equipment manufacturer that has been making tractor powered "rotary cutters" for 70 years. The company name is "Bush Hog", and "bush hog" and "brush hog" and PTO driven rotary cutter have evolved to all have a similar meaning in the USA.

https://bushhog.com/single_spindle/single_spindle/ (https://bushhog.com/single_spindle/single_spindle/)

A "brush hog" is typically recognized to handle rougher terrain than a similar tractor PTO driven "finish mower".
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 14, 2021, 08:48:08 AM
Anticipated work for Tuesday and Wednesday 15-16 June 2021.

*  Sheepscot campus work, remove #9 boiler, attach bench’s to flat.
*  Brookville continues
*  Vacuum brake work
*  Shop work wheel pressing, machine rearranging, Bay #1 crane preparation
*  Tool Shed shingling
*  Crib preparation for location #8 (pending)
*  Dairy Car move to Wiscasset (pending)


     
                    Rules and Standards for Operations
 
                     Rules Class…..  July 24, 2021     
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: ALAIN DELASSUS on June 14, 2021, 10:20:53 AM
Thank you Graham for yor kind explanations and link. Actually a bush hog is bigger and heavier than a simple grass mower and needs to be pulled by a tractor it does not have exactly the same use as a grassmower In French we call it "débrousailleuse" that it's translated into English "bush cutter" according to my dictionary.  Finally Bush Hog is a make that has become a common noun eventually like Levi's or Bic  for a ball point pen in France.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Carl G. Soderstrom on June 15, 2021, 01:49:10 AM
Alain
I think you will find that the number of Brand Names the that have become Nouns
will fill pages.

aspirin is another story, and in Britain Hoover became a verb.(and a noun?)
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: James Patten on June 16, 2021, 06:47:22 AM
Anticipated work for Saturday June 19:

* Machine shop work
* Earthworks
* Engine house
* Public trains
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 16, 2021, 09:48:10 AM
We are expecting a very large crowd for public trains on Saturday. This will be especially true between 10:30am - 2:00pm.

PARKING AT SHEEPSCOT WILL BE AT A PREMIUM!

There are TWO charters (Masons & Cub Scouts), plus the special event BBQ/cookout at ToM.

Please park carefully, thoughtfully, and maximize space. Equipment not being used can and should be blocked in. Vehicles for volunteers who will be present all day (like mine) should be blocked in.

Stewart and Cindy have graciously allowed volunteer parking at their home; please take advantage of this, but please DO NOT BLOCK the garage (in case Stewart gets a fire call.)

Volunteers/Parking Attendants to help guide vehicles would be very helpful.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Benjamin Richards on June 16, 2021, 12:32:53 PM
Is volunteer parking available in either the new West parking lot, or the grassy field at the corner of 218/Cross Rd? I thought I had heard that mentioned previously, but wanted to clarify.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 16, 2021, 12:37:31 PM
The West lot is stuffed full of equipment. Some volunteers may be able to squeeze a car or two in there.

The field at 218 is privately-owned and (at last check) has not been mowed. I suggest not using it for volunteer parking on Saturday.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Brian Whitney on June 16, 2021, 03:45:53 PM
I have a small Kia and can put it in tight places. Any volunteer parking available near or beside the storage containers? I plan to be there for the entire day so I can get parked in if necessary.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bob Holmes on June 16, 2021, 07:15:21 PM
Not to be too snarky, but I thought the whole point of the West parking lot was to handle situations like this!??
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bob Holmes on June 16, 2021, 07:19:39 PM
Also, should we consider chalking parking lines (like baseball lines) to better control parking?  It's not permanent, and can be reconfigured as needed depending on how equipment is moved around...
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 16, 2021, 07:22:32 PM
The west lot got repurposed as a materials staging area, in order to make the rest of the railroad (mostly the main parking lot) more presentable. It will return to being a parking area as soon as the materials lot behind the containers is ready.

Striping/lining has been discussed. It is a project in need of someone to manage it.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Mike Fox on June 16, 2021, 08:38:40 PM
I meant to pick up a chalk line and try it out. They are not too expensive.. Maybe sometime.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 17, 2021, 08:26:01 AM
Work completed Tuesday and Wednesday 15-16 June 2021

Tuesday:

*  Flat #118, #9 Boiler removed, Benches installed  (Steve L, Jonathan, Jay B)
*  Shop work, the shop was busy with multiple projects going on.
    Bay #1 was getting the over head crane installed while Bay#3 was getting
    the over head crane bridge changed out.
    (Jerry, Carlos, Rick, Gordon C, Jason)
*  Shop work, machine rearranging.
     (Jason, Jay B, Jonathan, Gordon C, Steve L)
*  Shop work, the small lathe was removed and stationed by the container.
    Made a lot more working room.  (Jerry, Carlos, Rick, Jonathan, Steve L)
*  Truck unloading, steel for #11, containers for the electric shed.
       (Jason, Steve L, Jonathan, Rick)
*  Brookville work continued  (Jay B)
*  Looks like the Tool Shed shingling is completed.  (Stewart)
*  Coach #9 work continues  (Eric, Ron)
*  Box car rebuild continues  (Marcel)
*  Campus clean up, Fred
*  Round/Engine house, Brendan

Wednesday:
*  Dairy car #65 moved to Wiscasset and set for display
      (ML&MW crew, Brendan, Rick, Gordon C, Steve L)
*  Yard switching/car movement, Locomotive #4 moved to loading ramp, #67 to Woods track,
    Caboose #554 to Shop lead #3. Two Box cars moved to ML&MW. (Steve L, Dan, Chuck)
*  Shop work, over head crane work continues/completed  (Rick, Gordon C, Jason)
*  Brookvillle work continues   (Jay B)
*  Coach #9 assembly continues  (Eric, Ron)
*  Flat #118, Coach 2, Caboose 320 clean up  (Pete and Cody)
*  Round/Engine house work continues.  (Brendan, Fred)

I left after lunch, I’m sure more was completed.       
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Wayne Laepple on June 17, 2021, 09:57:38 AM
Thanks for that report of great progress on multiple fronts, Steve. You must have really been cracking the whip!
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stewart "Start" Rhine on June 17, 2021, 06:54:57 PM
Thursday:

* Engine House - More earth work including reworking (lowering) the grade for the run through track from the north yard + trenching in most of the water line feed that runs from the water tank to the engine house.  The stone dust foundation fill was wet down again.
* Tool House - Shingle work was finished on the west side which completes all four sides. Work began on the inside snow brace / collar ties.
* Engine 11 - Rick & Gordon were at Sheepscot for design and fabrication work. More frame parts were made with the flanging machine.   
* Boxcar/tool car 56 - Marcel worked on the north end buffer beam and draft gear.
* Engine 9 - Steamed up for testing, and watering + a trip north.
* Gift Shop - Mail orders were shipped out.
* Campus - Some trash was organized to make collection easier on trash day / Friday.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bob Holmes on June 17, 2021, 08:09:33 PM
Regarding chalking the parking lot, we would need one of those gadgets use by Baseball to mark field lines.  I would be glad to pursue that.

As for #65 to Wiscasset, there is a new vendor booth that blocks most of the entrance to the car.  It would be good to negotiate a moving of that booth so that the entrance to the car exhibit is at least as visible as it has been in the past.

Bob
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Brendan Barry on June 18, 2021, 07:47:54 AM
Section house exterior done.

(https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/s5/bbarry74/IMG_3921.JPG?width=1920&height=1080&fit=bounds) (https://app.photobucket.com/u/bbarry74/a/58e384d0-fdec-4da1-9e1e-c14e3edadb0c/p/9342c8e3-2e5a-4f7e-b8bc-d22357d0e525)

(https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/s5/bbarry74/IMG_3922.JPG?width=1920&height=1080&fit=bounds) (https://app.photobucket.com/u/bbarry74/a/58e384d0-fdec-4da1-9e1e-c14e3edadb0c/p/072d0c8a-3661-4373-948f-05641f2508fa)

(https://hosting.photobucket.com/images/s5/bbarry74/IMG_3923.JPG?width=1920&height=1080&fit=bounds) (https://app.photobucket.com/u/bbarry74/a/58e384d0-fdec-4da1-9e1e-c14e3edadb0c/p/4fdc197d-f743-4d89-9fcf-f10eb2798a4a)
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Jeff Schumaker on June 18, 2021, 08:51:07 AM
It looks like a brand new building. Nice work, Stewart.

Jeff S.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: ALAIN DELASSUS on June 18, 2021, 09:21:38 AM
Well done Stewart Neat work the section house is all set to hold out in decades again;
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Baskerville on June 18, 2021, 11:27:34 AM
Start,

Not only does the building look great, the grounds around it are cleaned up nicely.  Another job well done.  You are hereby commended.

Bill
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Dave Crow on June 18, 2021, 02:14:36 PM
Very nice job, Start, and everyone else that repaired the sills and window!
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Mike Fox on June 19, 2021, 06:58:29 PM
Worked my way North from AC today, using Casey first because it was raining and Casey has a roof. Some of the stumps came out easily, and still others I had to do a bit of digging. One I have left. I was concerned it was rooted under the tracks and would create an issue I could not correct before train time.

(https://i.postimg.cc/sg5Gq7Ss/0619210853.jpg)

I made very quick work to where the dozer sits in this next photo, down by the field. I then used the Kubota and removed the stumps that the dozer would not get.

(https://i.postimg.cc/mDmHV499/0619210859.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/0QkSpjzx/0619210908.jpg)

This is the one I left. We can easily cut it down to grade level.

(https://i.postimg.cc/x87bDPtT/0619210919.jpg)

Lunch time..

(https://i.postimg.cc/VLxbKDJK/0619211155.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/9XN97WC5/0619211155a.jpg)

End of the day. I had popped out some stumps from the field and left them so the dirt can dry. I will knock it off with the Kubota next week. I do not have a home for these stumps yet. I need to ask the land owner if he would mind if we placed them on his property, out of sight.

(https://i.postimg.cc/BQLK5dn8/0619211527.jpg)

And John, our phone line is still intact, so far...
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Reidy on June 20, 2021, 10:36:03 AM
Some more photos from yesterday, June 19th:

New overhead crane in shop bay 1 (as mentioned in Steve Lennox' June 17th post above).
(https://i.imgur.com/Jh55osg.jpg)

and the replacement cranes over shop bay 3.
(https://i.imgur.com/1stOYdR.jpg)

Brendan Barry unloaded old pressure treated wooden highway guard posts recently delivered by Maine Locomotive & Machine Works.  The posts will be cut down for use as ties.
(https://i.imgur.com/Ffc60V2.jpg)

A framed view of No. 9 taking on water, as seen from the north end of Franklin & Megantic No. 2.  A five-car train was run most of the day for the public, consisting of (north-to-south) WW&F flatcar No. 118 (with benches), F&M No. 2 (courtesy of ML&MW), MLWM open car No. 130, WW&F coach No. 8 and WW&F caboose No. 320.
(https://i.imgur.com/J9VuJkt.jpg)

Our "Railroader’s Cookout and Farmstand Express" event was focused on Top of Mountain, where the public enjoyed SeaLyon Farm's farm stand, a cookout by Grandpa’s Kitchen Specialty Smoked Meats, horse-drawn wagon rides provided by Linda and Jay Verney, and old-fashioned lawn games.
(https://i.imgur.com/NKprLDh.jpg)

(https://i.imgur.com/p4ohU3Q.jpg)

Busy, warm day yesterday.  Beyond the public event at ToM, we hosted a private event at Alna Center and a cub scout campout a little ways down along the Mountain Extension.  79 passengers on the first train north at 11 a.m., and for the 3 p.m. round trip, there were 70 aboard when we returned to Sheepscot.  Trains in between were also busy.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: John McNamara on June 20, 2021, 10:02:22 PM
And John, our phone line is still intact, so far...
I must admit I was becoming more and more concerned as I figured out where each photo was taken. This work might be a good occasion to bury the line.....
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Jason M Lamontagne on June 20, 2021, 10:24:05 PM
Ed and I used the mag phone several times Saturday between ToM and SS.  Voice clear- but the ringer didn’t go through.  So I’d call on my cell phone, ask Ed to pick up the mag phone, then hang up the cell. 

See ya
Jason
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: John McNamara on June 20, 2021, 11:06:15 PM
Ed and I used the mag phone several times Saturday between ToM and SS.  Voice clear- but the ringer didn’t go through.  So I’d call on my cell phone, ask Ed to pick up the mag phone, then hang up the cell. 

See ya
Jason

Interesting. I'm presuming you were calling FROM TOM to SS and there was no ringy dingy at SS?
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 20, 2021, 11:43:10 PM
Correct. No ringy at SS. I never tried to call ToM from SS.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Mike Fox on June 21, 2021, 08:27:03 AM
And John, our phone line is still intact, so far...
I must admit I was becoming more and more concerned as I figured out where each photo was taken. This work might be a good occasion to bury the line.....

Already planning on doing that. Getting those pesky stumps out of the way first, and want to put it where the least chance of being disturbed would be. A nice line fence would protect it and be historic looking..
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 21, 2021, 08:31:44 AM
Anticipated work for Tuesday and Wednesday June 22-23, 2021.

*  Rail and joint bar selection from Albees Field and Top of the Mountain for the engine house.
*  Shop work wheel pressing, vacuum brakes  (pending)
*  Brookville rebuild
*  Engine house


                           Rules and Standards for Operations

XIX.   General Rules  (Rules A – U)

F.  Reporting Unusual Occurrences

Any unusual circumstance which could cause injury or death, damage to property
or disruption of railroad operations must be reported to the Dispatcher as soon as possible.

Additionally, any mechanical failure, derailment or other occurrence affecting equipment must
be reported to the Railroad Superintendent or as soon as possible, in order to allow a thorough mechanical inspection.

An incident report must be completed and submitted by the Foreman most involved with the event
if that incident involves a personal injury or death, damage to equipment or derailment.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: John McNamara on June 21, 2021, 10:39:23 AM
Correct. No ringy at SS. I never tried to call ToM from SS.
I'm hoping to be there next weekend (26th) and will solicit help (calling and answering) to check it out. :o
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: John McNamara on June 21, 2021, 10:43:11 AM
And John, our phone line is still intact, so far...
I must admit I was becoming more and more concerned as I figured out where each photo was taken. This work might be a good occasion to bury the line.....

Already planning on doing that. Getting those pesky stumps out of the way first, and want to put it where the least chance of being disturbed would be. A nice line fence would protect it and be historic looking..

Wonderful! Thanks!
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Piche on June 21, 2021, 11:10:39 AM
Correct. No ringy at SS. I never tried to call ToM from SS.

Interesting. When I was up on a previous time Mr. McNamara was testing the phone line in May I heard ringing in the bay 4 shop, but wasn't sure if there had been anybody in the station to answer or not. I ended up taking the call in the shop.

 Perhaps the ringer is the issue in the station since everything else seems to be working?
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: James Patten on June 23, 2021, 09:58:30 AM
Anticipated work for Saturday June 26:

* Tie and Dine - the last one scheduled.  Not sure about the "dine" part.
* Machine shop
* Enginehouse
* Earthmoving?
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 23, 2021, 12:05:56 PM
"Dine" will be Pizza at Alna Center.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 24, 2021, 09:42:24 AM
Work completed Tuesday and Wednesday 22-23 June 2021.

Tuesday:

*  Rail selection for bays inside the Engine house.  (Steve L, Brendan, Jonathan, Brian W)
*  Coach #9 assembly continues (Eric, Ron)
*  Gift Shop inventory  (Stewart, Cindy R)
*  Shop work  (Jerry)
*  Caboose clean up and repairs  (Pete, Cody)
*  Ties, cutting ties to proper length  (Fred)
*  Clean up of the location for the (Fred) Shed between garage and woods track
                  (Brendan, Fred, Steve L, Brian W)
*  Brookville assembly (and it looks great)  (Jay B)

Wednesday:

*  Oil shed clean out and relocated  (Brendan, Steve L, Brian W, Dan)
*  Alna Center mowing  (Fred, Randy)
*  Ties, 50 more ties cut and stacked  (Fred, Brian W, Randy, Dan, Steve L)
*  Stone placed/graded in preparation of the new shed  (Brendan)
*  Mountain extension run around, measured and rail count for same  (Jason)
*  Main Line at Alna Center joint bar bolts located/marked for replacement  (Steve L, Randy)
*  Brookville work continues  (Jay B)
*  Coach #9 assembly  (Eric, Ron)


Note: There is always other work on going both on and off-site by other volunteers
          often not mentioned.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 24, 2021, 08:03:44 PM
We need help for Saturday's "Tie and Dine" (or "Line and Dine".) As of right now, there are only 4 people signed up.

If you plan on attending, please sign up at:
https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/wwfry/items/293285/calendar/2021/06/?full-items=yes (https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/wwfry/items/293285/calendar/2021/06/?full-items=yes)

Please note that as of this writing, lunch for Saturday's "Tie and Dine" will be on-your-own. Please bring a bagged lunch.
Dinner will still be served at the Alna Center Event Pavilion following the days work. Menu will include Pizza and Dan's famous homemade Mac 'n Cheese.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Ed Lecuyer on June 24, 2021, 09:26:42 PM
UPDATE: Lunch will be provided to all crews at Sheepscot. Nancy is making spaghetti, corn, garlic bread, and dessert!
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: James Patten on June 26, 2021, 05:33:34 PM
Work done on Saturday June 26:

* Tie/Line and Dine - A dozen or so ties (all the ones that were left before the new batch arrived) were replaced midway on Davis Grade.  After that was track lining on Davis in the morning, and from Trask Crossing to Alna Center in the afternoon.
* Earth moving - Mike is destumping along Albee's field.
* Track tool shed - Stewart was waiting for the tool shed to be (partially) emptied in order to do some work inside.  I didn't get in to look.
* Machine shop - Alan was removing welds from two metal pieces in order to use one of them elsewhere.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stewart "Start" Rhine on June 26, 2021, 07:22:55 PM
The dynamic team of Fred, Zack & Dwight cut a batch of ties to 5' and stacked them in front of the garage.  I helped a little but spent more time getting three loads of trash sorted and moved out of the garage to be ready for dump day next week. 

Fred took a break to show us the new Fred shed that he purchased for the museum. It's a nice building that is located next to the garage.  It will house M-O-W equipment. The south door will be rebuilt to allow the lawn tractors to be put inside.


The WW&F Model AA truck was checked over and started, it fired right up after sitting for almost a year. 
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Pete Stevens on June 26, 2021, 07:41:32 PM
A few photos from the day.
More can be seen at: https://photos.app.goo.gl/VNaX1W3wADw215kG9
And I have several from Cody's camera yet to add.

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pw/AM-JKLV2qAtL4dOOnwNAr0IbpBG6p9MiZX8n0KUzoqKooJp8CtU5bbLzICsc2Y2NTB6mGoZAL1MRdaLVryLxAkYM3yfjez0KUNWfCX3D3lTV8Vdv1oODeL3n_9pqOaFCDhgfy2U6lev3Lx61eUluJxDZyuYa=w1440-h756-no?authuser=0)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pw/AM-JKLWpP3rV6ue7mPCEzuXUZ5sfokYZujonpg4X6mowm5SJVtXAH1166sm-aCx6_92NwHDnFQm48tER5Yo_xVakAQ-8garDlW6zlxY0KR36u4mfmwbVl3l77IcKauvryRF9ipTjGUTMeYzpBlpKSODxOlnR=w1277-h764-no?authuser=0)

(https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/pw/AM-JKLWxYSZNfH8ShQhPL55bwo5JNt0bmYO8ea70F_9JoEpZRw1ivLvFcfGyxzzDx8mPKMEagU0cTDEMxmhm9KnSp627WTMjaaCsZFzTg-TPrM3n4t-McIdIbcsk1tvZA2ha6M4Xi5JP5Sykw5JVO1D6sGrW=w573-h764-no?authuser=0)
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Mike Fox on June 26, 2021, 08:09:14 PM
Sometimes it's the little things that make the day a little more enjoyable..

(https://i.postimg.cc/26TBnzCs/0626210951.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/zBqgLLYw/0626210951a.jpg)

The rest of day was spent tossing the stumps across the tracks, then tucking them into the tree line, then leveled out what I stumped. Next weekend will be it there for now. I should make it to the first maple tree, which is about halfway.

The Kubota could not pick up 4 of the big ones, so they were pushed south and I lined them up to look like they were there when cut down.

(https://i.postimg.cc/nV0vD1zX/0626211350.jpg)

But then..

(https://i.postimg.cc/y8S924TR/0626211432.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/nLb7JRdP/0626211434.jpg)

(https://i.postimg.cc/vHKfPH5M/0626211503.jpg)

End of the day.

(https://i.postimg.cc/MKH1bjMd/0626211539.jpg)

The big stumps are to my right.

(https://i.postimg.cc/NFM24WM5/0626211540.jpg)

The big stumps are not visible, but on the right just before the field starts

(https://i.postimg.cc/FzBdnDdG/0626211541.jpg)

Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Baskerville on June 26, 2021, 08:13:58 PM
A few photos from the day.
More can be seen at: https://photos.app.goo.gl/VNaX1W3wADw215kG9
And I have several from Cody's camera yet to add.
Wow, if you look at the first two photos in the link you quickly realize that Cody, our diminutive Railway Photographer is also becoming adapt at finding tasks to which he can make a contribution.  His working on the spring hangers on the upside-down trailer is a classic example of his enthusiasm, industriousness and commitment.  Perhaps we have another Jason in the making.   
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Jeff Schumaker on June 27, 2021, 09:30:40 AM
Cody takes excellent photos.

Jeff S.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Graham Buxton on June 27, 2021, 09:38:54 AM
Perhaps Cody could be encouraged to take some photos of the 'Fred Shed'.  ;D
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Bill Reidy on June 27, 2021, 06:08:56 PM
Some photos from yesterday.

Following delivery of used wooden highway guard rail posts a week or so ago, Fred has been busy.  Here is the start of cut tie piles next to the car barn.
(https://i.imgur.com/VBGZtQZ.jpg)

Dwight Winkley and Zack Wiley stack a cut tie (forground), as Fred prepares to cut the next post with a chainsaw (background).
(https://i.imgur.com/J2FEq7K.jpg)

Dan Malkowski led yesterday's Tie & Dine event.  Here he tells volunteers the day's plans:  Replace ties along the grade between Brook and Sutter's crossings, and then line.
(https://i.imgur.com/N0ZQ5yZ.jpg)

For tie replacement, three teams worked:  One removing old ties; one installing and spiking new; and the third shoveling stone back in place and hand tamping around the new ties.  Here Bill Piche pushes and Dan pulls out an old tie to be replaced:
(https://i.imgur.com/MO4mH16.jpg)

A new tie is spiked:
(https://i.imgur.com/H2g1lua.jpg)

The third crew shoveled the stone back around each new tie, shovel-tamped, then used tamping bars.  Pete and Cody Stevens help tamp with tamping bars.
(https://i.imgur.com/mjKT2qJ.jpg)

After the last of the ties were replaced, this section of track was lined.
(https://i.imgur.com/4qfpKH4.jpg)

Master Obi-Wan trains Luke in the ways of the Force.  Past roadmaster Dana Deering lends a helpful eye to Dan as he guides the lining.
(https://i.imgur.com/r9S9fOQ.jpg)

Yoda helped, too.  Dave Buczkowski also lent an eye.
(https://i.imgur.com/LWYIEpE.jpg)

The day's work train, seen at lunch at Sheepscot.  Left-to-right: WW&F flatcar No. 126 loaded with supplies for the trackwork; WW&F No. 52; WW&F flatcar No. 118, equipped with benches for public trains; and Maine Locomotive & Machine Works open car No. 130.
(https://i.imgur.com/0CAl3Zj.jpg)

During the afternoon volunteers lined track from south of Trask's crossing up to Alna Center, and then moved to the area south of Top of Mountain.  Here volunteers finish up near Top of Mountain.
(https://i.imgur.com/LWb05jm.jpg)

Pete and Cody, Ed Lecuyer and I used loppers to cut saplings along the right-of-way as the trackwork was underway.  A blade trimmer was also used to cut brush around Trask's crossing.

Yesterday was the last Work Saturday for this spring (and early summer) and the last of three Tie & Dine events.  From all I've seen, these Work Saturdays have been very successful, thanks to Dan and other team leaders.  I hope this becomes a new tradition, along with our spring and fall work weekends which hopefully can resume in October.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Dana Deering on June 28, 2021, 08:38:42 AM
Great photos, Bill. Maybe the one of Dave should be titled “The Umpire Strikes Back”.  Anyway, a lot of work got done on Saturday and we had a good crew. Dan did an excellent job coordinating the track work. It’s great to see the younger folks take on leadership roles. It’s good to know that the railroad will be in good hands for years to come.
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Stephen Lennox on June 28, 2021, 12:12:25 PM
Anticipated work for Tuesday and Wednesday 29-30 June 2021.

*  Dairy car set up to include ramp and ship display.
*  Crib prep for location #8, beam drill, rail post cut.
*  Brookville  final repairs
*  Tie cutting  (pending)
*  Shop work  (pending)
*  Switching , Caboose #554 to Alan Center  (Wed.)
*  Engine house work


            Rules and Standards for Operations

             July 24, 2021  Rules/Safety Class
Title: Re: June 2021 Work reports
Post by: Jason M Lamontagne on June 29, 2021, 02:31:54 PM
Steve L and I walked down Davis grade and we’re both very pleased with the results of your Saturday’s worth of effort.  Looks much better with that kink gone!  Thank you all!

Jason