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7350

Re: Viking HO Model

Unfortunately I cannot see your full email address in this message. I did not have the digest turned on to see it. If you could email me that would be great.
timoudenhoven
Jan 12
#7350
 
7349

Re: Viking HO Model

A couple years ago I posted some pictures of the Viking on the yahoo group. The boat seemed to be in good at the time, little rough in places. Sad to see the
wrgkn
Dec 20, 2015
#7349
 
7348

Re: Viking HO Model

Thank you so much for the replies. The two plans help a lot, it would be great to have the fire control plan in higher resolution. They get me a lot closer
timoudenhoven
Dec 20, 2015
#7348
 
7347

Re: Viking HO Model

Thanks Bob, these were the ones I was going to search for. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID ... Thanks Bob, these were the ones I was going to search
Daniel Coburn
Dec 19, 2015
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7346

Re: Viking HO Model

Hi Tim, welcome to the group! I've been in process of modeling the Badger since 1997, ( I know, very slow). I'm currently building my layout which will be a
Daniel Coburn
Dec 19, 2015
#7346
 
7345

Re: Viking HO Model

I posted a plan of the Viking. Will this help you?? if not I have a bigger plan but it is buried right now because of Christmas. e-mail me mid Jan, & I will
pepsi24tony5
Dec 19, 2015
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7344

Viking HO Model

Hello and thanks to all for this great group. I am in the process of researching in hopes to build an HO Model of the Viking as it was in the early 80's. I
timoudenhoven
Dec 19, 2015
#7344
 
7343

Re: Barriger photo collection

It was a break bulk freighter/passenger ship that attempted to tow the Betsy. It was no more a carferry than a tugboat towing a log boom is a lumber schooner.
Les Bagley
Nov 20, 2015
#7343
 
7342

Re: Barriger photo collection

I would guess that would depend upon if that was the original Algomah. I have not seen the picture. The original Algomah was in the car ferry business. It
floyd schmidt
Nov 20, 2015
#7342
 
7341

Re: Barriger photo collection

The ferry on the right appears to be the Algomah, built in 1881 for the Mackinaw Transportation Company. She was for passengers and break-bulk freight; not a
bworden@ameritech.net
Nov 20, 2015
#7341
 
7340

Re: Barriger photo collection

Under "Pennsylvania Railroad: Grand Rapids Division", Photo 004 is a view taken at Mackinaw City. Chief Wawatam is visible at the left. On the right is a
ddh6734
Nov 19, 2015
#7340
 
7339

Re: Barriger photo collection

I may be wrong about where I saw the Chief W photos. They could be in the Lewis Collection too.
thomasmanz
Nov 19, 2015
#7339
 
7338

Re: Barriger photo collection

Here's the link: John W. Barriger III National Railroad Library’s albums | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
thomasmanz
Nov 18, 2015
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7337

Re: Barriger photo collection

is this collection online or in a book???? If online, how do you get to the web page??? Thanks
pepsi24tony5
Nov 18, 2015
#7337
 
7336

Barriger photo collection

I hadn't visited this site for a while, and found a very large (43 page) album titled "The Lewis Collection". On Page 15 are two nice car ferry pix: Lewis
thomasmanz
Nov 18, 2015
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