Re: UP 830 - grit & grime
Author: SP 0-6-0
Date: 06-21-2021 - 13:02

Hot Water Wrote:
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> Just my opinion but, I don't see how THAT much
> "water minerals" would accumulate all over the
> running gear. The characteristic white mineral
> deposits on UP steam locomotives were generally
> all around the top of the boiler turret, from the
> discharge of the Willson Blowdown Separator.
> To me, that looks more like the locomotive was
> sitting a long time and subjected to dust storms.


Ok thanks. A dirt and dust coating makes more sense.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  UP 830 - grit & grime SP 0-6-0 06-20-2021 - 17:48
  Re: UP 830 - grit & grime FFF 06-20-2021 - 18:09
  Re: UP 830 - grit & grime Hot Water 06-21-2021 - 12:54
  Re: UP 830 - grit & grime SP 0-6-0 06-21-2021 - 13:02
  Re: UP 830 - grit & grime ironsides 06-21-2021 - 17:14


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