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SOLD Western Scale Models O scale mining kits

Friends, All of my Western Scale Models O scale mining kits have been sold. Darryl Huffmandarrylhuffman@... You can follow my model building career on
Darryl Huffman
Aug 15
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Western Scale Models O scale mining kits

Friends, I bought these kits 22 years ago and realize I am never going to assemble them. They are all out of production at this time but may be produced again
Darryl Huffman
Aug 14
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Re: Mining Equipment loads HO scale [1 Attachment]

Brian The prototype equipment is Fieldbahn ,, but could be found just about anywhere in the world, in some cases along side Hunslet 4-6-0Ts from WW1. Could
ferroequinologist1
Apr 25
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Re: Mining Equipment loads HO scale [1 Attachment]

... Looks very interesting. However note that the locos look like European prototypes (probably German). Also they are shown here as just placed inside the
Brian Rumary
Apr 25
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Mining Equipment loads HO scale

Mining equipment car loads from Artitec that may be of interest for loads or diorama scenes, done in HO scale. Ken C GWN
ferroequinologist1
Apr 24
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Re: D&RG Standard Gauge Farmington Branch

I love these old large plate prints in the Denver Library, because the detail is so fine. To me all the rolling stock looks narrow gauge (especially C-16
jim_lowther
Mar 18
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Re: D&RG Standard Gauge Farmington Branch

Thanks! There have to be more out there somewhere. ... From: James Marlett jmarlett@... [NGMMG] To: NGMMG
jim_lowther
Mar 18
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Re: D&RG Standard Gauge Farmington Branch

http://digital.denverlibrary.org/cdm/singleitem/collection/p15330coll22/id/29478/rec/10 Jim Marlett http://flatheaddrag.com/ http://jimmarlett.zenfolio.com/
James Marlett
Mar 18
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D&RG Standard Gauge Farmington Branch

Greetings all! I have long pondered two questions about the standard gauge days of the Farmington branch on the D&RG. First, how did the railroad transport the
jim_lowther
Mar 18
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Re: [HOn3] cyanide extraction gold mining

Its OK Mike, I do the same. And you are correct about the presence of iron sulfates. TED
sanjuangeol1947
May 31, 2016
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Re: [HOn3] cyanide extraction gold mining

Stupid autocorrect. Of course, I was trying to type "iron sulfates!" Mike Conder
Mike Conder
May 30, 2016
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Re: [HOn3] cyanide extraction gold mining

Close. The staining is usually iron suk fates, which can be any color from yellow-tan-ish to rust red. These come from long term oxidation of the iron
Mike Conder
May 29, 2016
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Re: [HOn3] cyanide extraction gold mining

Good note Ken. In addition some of the uranium that was used in the first bombs came from the Congo. The ore was being shipped to Belgium, and was in storage
sanjuangeol1947
May 28, 2016
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Re: [HOn3] cyanide extraction gold mining

I am aware of various methods to keep birds off the ponds - the air guns you mentioned, propane guns, someone at Newmont Mining near Carlin reportedly tried
sanjuangeol1947
May 28, 2016
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Re: [HOn3] cyanide extraction gold mining

The yellowish residue around mills that you refer to is probably iron oxide. Cyanide breaks down in sunlight after several days of exposure. Ted Wilton
sanjuangeol1947
May 28, 2016
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