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TRIP TO MAINE
« on: January 21, 2009, 10:13:58 PM »
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Ira Schreiber wrote:
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I am planning on leaving Colorado at the end of next week for Maine. I am stopping in Illinois to pick up some brake beams for Seashore Trolley Museum and I have my 2' Rail Scoot.
I have a little room on my trailer, if anyone has anything moving towards the East.
Ira Schreiber

James Patten replied:
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Please bring me a K-36 or K-37.

Wayne Laepple replied:
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A little wide for the WW&F, wouldn't it be?

Mike Fox replied:
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Ira, Where is the rail scoot going to end up? I would like to see it sometime.
Mike

James Patten replied:
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I'll standard guage it and run it on the Rockland Branch.

Ira Schreiber replied:
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No one seems to have a spare K-36 or K-37.
The Rail Scoot was built for the Rock Island and I modified it to 2' about 17 years ago.
The standard guage parts are somewhere in the nether world.
As it is, it would be extremely bumpy ride to Rockland.

gordon cook replied:
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A little wide for the WW&F, wouldn't it be?
I'll set my "Shrinkerator" machine to X 0.66666666666666666666666666666

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