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Image from page 140 of “Electric railway journal” (1908)
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Title: Electric railway journal
Year: 1908 (1900s)
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Subjects: Electric railroads
Publisher: [New York] McGraw Hill Pub. Co
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tjFolley wire is strung aliveand furnishes energy to the motors of the car by aunique device as shown. The end of the reel is attached to the live overheadat the starting point.By means of a hookover the trolleywheel an auxiliarywheel is suspendedand the new wirebeing strung passesthrough this wheeland over a roller onthe front of the low-er platform. Thusthe energy for oper-ation is furnishedthrough the newwire being tak-en from the reel.Four men with thisequipment can takedown and reel up 1mile of old trolleywire and string thesame amount of newwire in four hours. The auto-towersare used on emergen-cy repair work andfor small maintain-ance and construc-tion, as they can belocated beside thetrack with no inter-ruption to traffic.The cars, however,are generally used onany work of over twospans in length andwhere traffic is light. This equipment hasproved of great assis-tance in carrying on themaintenance work of thesystem and its operatingcost has been very low,as is shown by the fol-

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TYPES OF AUTO TOWERS AND TOWER CARS Fig. 2, the Twin City auto tower truck and its equipment: Fig. 3, stringing live trolley wire from which the car is operated; Fig. 4, the Twin City tower car and its equipment July 19, 1919 Electric Railway Journal 123 The average cost to operate the tower trucks perregistered mile for the years 1917 and 1918 has been: Truck 1 0.1413 cent per mile Truck 2 0.1576 cent per mile Truck 3 0.1098 cent per mile Truck 4 0.2069 cent per mile These figures include all expense such as gasolene,lubricating oil, tires, insurance, painting and generalrepairs. Unusual Method for MovingTwo 250-Hp. Boilers Pacific Electric Plan of Moving Two Boilers Fromthe Vineyard Power Plant to a New PlantLocated at Torrance Is Described By Clifford A. Elliott Cost ^Engineer, Maintenance of Way Department, Pacific ElectricRailway, Los Angeles, Cal. IN AN article in the Electric Railway Journal forMarch 22, 1919, covering the removal and reinstalla-tion of a power-plant smokestack

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Image from page 1170 of “Electric railway journal” (1908)
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Title: Electric railway journal
Year: 1908 (1900s)
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Subjects: Electric railroads
Publisher: [New York] McGraw Hill Pub. Co
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6—First Timber Work Under Way entrance of the park. General Manager Brush arrived atthe scene at 2:20 a. m., Assistant General Manager Syl-vester reaching the spot at about the same time. It was atonce seen that the theater could not be saved, and imme-diately steps were taken to notify the Boston newspapers,insurance adjusters, the engineer who designed the struc-ture, structural steel men, carpenters, contractors, the archi-tect of the theater, and every available man connected with the railway organization, by telephone. At 4 a. m. G. H.Brazier, of J. R. Worcester, Boston, consulting engineer,arrived on the scene and outlined plans for meeting thesituation from the standpoint of design. Within half anhour after the fire started steps were taken to prepare forthe erection of a new structure. By 4:30 a. m. 75 menwere on the ground ready to clear away the debris as soonas the ruins could be sufficiently cooled. These men werecalled from the track, line, car house and transportation

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Tuesday, June 8—Preparing the Auditorium Floor departments from all divisions. At 5 a. m. a number ofcarpenters and contractors arrived to figure on the costof the new work in a rough way, and at 6 a. m. the ap-proval of President James L. Richards to rebuild was se-cured. At 7 a. m. the first of the contractors teams ar-rived to remove the wreckage, which is illustrated here-with, and which included a mass of twisted steel weighingabout 100 tons. During the progress of the fire men werestationed at the cages of the wild animals housed in thepark zoo, with rifles loaded, ready to meet any contingency.At 8 a. m. the insurance adjuster arrived, and at 9 a. m.a force of steel erectors reached the park, and went to work

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Image from page 56 of “Souvenir and story of the most popular summer resort in the Northwest, Lake Minnetonka ..” (1906)
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Title: Souvenir and story of the most popular summer resort in the Northwest, Lake Minnetonka ..
Year: 1906 (1900s)
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Hotel Del Otero, G. F. Hopkins & Co., riops., Spriiis Park. Many years- residence and my experience in fruit raising in this Vicinity make me a specialist in my line A. S. APGAK LAKE, MINNETONKA KEAL ESTATE Fruit Farms, Village Property, Cottages, Lake Shore and Island Lots and Acres on Lake Minnetonka and adjoining Lakes. Property Handled for Non=R.esidents. Before you Buy, Sell or Rent Minnetonka Property See Me. LOANS AND INSURANCE TE.LE,PHONE, No. 5 Catalogue with Map of Lake,24×28, free on application E,XCE.LSIOR, LAKE. MINNE.TONKA, MINN. Hawkins EuropeanHotel and Cafe For Ladies andGents. Fish and Game in Season. Service the Best. Fred HawKins, Proprietor. E,xcelsior, Minn. KELLY 6 LAMB Heating and PlumbingCompany Get Our Prices on out of Town Orders. We give special attention to Minnetonka work Both Phones 1231 Minneapolis, 313 Third Ave. S. Minn.

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TONKA ISAV KOLLEK SKATING KINK, Edward Sliiimpik, Mgr. MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL TOURS Seeing Minneapolis Cars leave Journal office at 9 a m,, 11 a. m., 2 p, m , 4 p, ni Seats SI. Seeing the Twin Cities Cars Ifave the Journal office at 1 p. ni. Five hour trip. Seats 50.

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