14995Re: [FJGRailroad] Re: Amsterdam Enginehouse? FOUND IT
- Feb 20, 2011Cushing's critter is a Model 40 by EMD.----- Original Message -----From: Paul CharlandSent: Sunday, February 20, 2011 6:55 AMSubject: Re: [FJGRailroad] Re: Amsterdam Enginehouse? FOUND IT
Not sure if this link will work but it's to a shot I've uploaded to the
ACN album called "CanyonSouthView":
The building shows up in the lower center of the photo, and appears to
have had a vent on the center of the roof. The 26 foot length would
only be long enough to hold a tender, but plenty big enough to hold a
Neat find though!
Cushing Crushed Stone's little green and white thing... was that a Mack
by any chance?
On 19/02/2011 8:06 PM, Charlie Vosburgh wrote:
> Jerry; According to the Jack Wright story in the Central Headlight
> magazine, the Bigelow Sanford mill did have a 12 ton Mack "critter"
> and Mohawk Carpets had a Brownhoist crane to handle coal at their
> boiler house. No other description was given. The size of the
> building suggests that would the place where they stored the Mack.
> I'm still waiting on the maps from the NRHS if there are any.
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