Memories of Judson Steel, Emerville
Author: TMer
Date: 11-24-2020 - 11:49

Here's a fun piece on the end of an era in Emeryville:

Anyone out here familiar with Judson Steel's track layout? The SPINS for that area shows a wye in the section of their plant where there was a large overhead framework that I assume at one point held a crane of some kind.

But I am not seeing this in any of the photos I can find. Thanks if you can remember what you saw there back in the old days of steel.


https://i.postimg.cc/CLTS8X62/Screenshot-2020-11-24-113905.jpg



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Memories of Judson Steel, Emerville TMer 11-24-2020 - 11:49
  "Fun Piece" Here TMer 11-24-2020 - 11:49
  Re: Memories of Judson Steel, Emerville OPRRMS 11-24-2020 - 13:14
  Re: Memories of Judson Steel, Emerville TMer 11-24-2020 - 14:23
  Re: Memories of Judson Steel, Emerville OPRRMS 11-24-2020 - 14:39
  Re: Memories of Judson Steel, Emerville TMer 11-24-2020 - 22:33
  Re: Memories of Judson Steel, Emerville OPRRMS 11-24-2020 - 22:49
  P.I.E. 1950s Video -- "Wheels of Progress" WebDigger 11-25-2020 - 00:14
  Discussion of L.T.L. motorcarriers on T.O. Pdxrailtransit 11-25-2020 - 09:21
  Re: Discussion of L.T.L. motorcarriers on T.O. Bobby Big Rig 11-26-2020 - 12:12
  Re: Memories of Judson Steel, Emerville BTW 11-25-2020 - 12:29
  Re: Memories of Judson Steel, Emerville Craig Tambo 11-25-2020 - 23:01


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