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655Re: More on Cement and WTEN

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  • paul larner
    Feb 11, 2000
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      It wasn't bravery, more youthful bravado. The nothing could happen to me
      attitude. Today I have trouble with adjusting the weather station on my
      roof, if I have to walk on the roof. As a kid myself and friends would
      climb any thing including the corners of the Estee building on Fremont St.,
      just to do it.


      >From: skalbfel@...
      >Reply-To: FJGRailroad@onelist.com
      >To: FJGRailroad@onelist.com
      >Subject: [FJGRailroad] More on Cement and WTEN
      >Date: 11 Feb 2000 23:33:59 -0000
      >What Aaron was saying yesterday for cement hoppers in Broadalbin probably
      >the the reconstruction of Rt. 29 around the village. That was a big
      >project, maybe
      >10 miles over to Galway. That was a lot of concrete. The year was maybe
      >Too bad one time projects don't help the bottom line in the long term. What
      >meant was they could make the payroll and pay for the taxes for another few
      >WTEN--I worked for the station from 1966 to 1969. That was after the
      >had been moved into the Helderbergs near Thatcher Park. The chief engineer
      >about Broadalbin and what a pain that site had been The concrete pod
      >the tower sunk from the weight of the tower and water flooded the cable
      >in the building. They had a small critter problem. More than once a mouse
      >got into
      >the transmitter cabinets and was electrocuted knocking the station off the
      >You're braver than me. When I was at Channel 6 in New Bedford, I went up
      >50 feet that was high enough for me.

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