Thanks for the Roaring Camp photos
Author: R
Date: 10-22-2008 - 00:27

Many years ago, I visited the then narrow gauge only operation.

The boneyard looked like the result of a lot of quick decisions.
One load was wheel sets that had spent many years under logs. All were warn down so far that they looked like double flanged wheels. The sound effects must have been great at turnouts.
Are some of them still in Felton?

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Double flanged wheels are commonly used under industrial cranes where there are no switch points.
Bring your binoculars when you view the retractable roof over the baseball park and the original mainline of the BNSF on the West side of the King Street coachyard, Seattle.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  A quiet afternoon at Roaring Camp Sam Reeves 10-21-2008 - 21:19
  Thanks for the Roaring Camp photos R 10-22-2008 - 00:27
  Re: Thanks for the Roaring Camp photos Freericks 10-22-2008 - 13:51


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