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  • rockrat
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    I liked that so much I"m going to try to capture it and make a dvd of it. I could watch that for hours.

    rock~

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  • MaxHeadRoom
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    The pneumatic hammer shown forging the large billet.
    Max.

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  • Paul Alciatore
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    Originally posted by MaxHeadRoom
    Interesting to see some of the old trades, pattern shop and foundry, and the machinery, a lot were still used by CP until the 90's, some still are, such as the 'Elephant Foot' and Planers are still used for switch points and frogs out west.
    I think Angus shops closed up in the late 80's, early 90's ?
    Max.
    What's an "Elephant Foot"? A forge?

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  • Paul Alciatore
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    Fantastic! I just love steam locomotives. It is a real treat to see some of the steps in their manufacture. Thanks for the link.

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  • jugs
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    Brill, thanks for that

    john

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  • MaxHeadRoom
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    Interesting to see some of the old trades, pattern shop and foundry, and the machinery, a lot were still used by CP until the 90's, some still are, such as the 'Elephant Foot' and Planers are still used for switch points and frogs out west.
    I think Angus shops closed up in the late 80's, early 90's ?
    Max.

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  • Luke55
    started a topic Born of a locomotive

    Born of a locomotive

    http://www.cinemamuetquebec.ca/conte...ies/23?lang=en
    Long interesting video. if you have time there some other nice video on this site
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