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1. [CBQ] Re: Tsunami Sound Decoders for CB&Q Steam Locomotives (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2007 08:35:24 -0600
Larry, To the best of my knowledge, Q never used a steamboat whistle except when Maury Klebolt of Illini RR Club fame was involved. He had IC steamboat whistles installed on 5632 for several fan trip
/archives/BRHSLIST/2007-12/msg00145.html (10,964 bytes)

2. [CBQ] Re:Tsunami Sound Decoders for CB&Q Steam Locomotives (score: 1)
Author: "William Barber" <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2007 17:12:18 -0600
Actually, there have been several recordings, commercially available, that ave recordings of CB&Q steam locomotives. These include, but are not limited to Mobile Fidelity's "Sunday Only" which covere
/archives/BRHSLIST/2007-12/msg00150.html (13,747 bytes)

3. [CBQ] Re: Q Passenger Consists and photos - late 60's C&I (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2008 08:16:47 -0600
Paul & Tom, Wouldn't a check of an official guide from the period show the standard consist of each train as it departed from Chicago? The chart from the GN historical society appears to be nothing m
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-12/msg00023.html (16,388 bytes)

4. [CBQ] Re:BNSF Aurora Sub Derailment (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2008 21:15:35 -0600
Rusty, Is this the derailment that you are inquiring about in Aurora? http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/beaconnews/index.html Ironically, I received the link from a friend in Mobile, AL.! Bill Barbe
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-12/msg00079.html (10,287 bytes)

5. [CBQ] Re: OT: Identify this locomotive... (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Dec 2008 12:45:26 -0600
Jan, The locomotive in the back ground by the tender, appears to have a Wootten firebox and maybe a camelback, judging by the elaborate handrail along the running board going to the rear cab. If so,
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-12/msg00103.html (10,289 bytes)

6. [CBQ] Re: [Fwd: CB&Q Heritage Unit] (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2008 18:53:49 -0500
Franklin, They did a nice job with the locomotive, but if they want it to survive, they need to do something about the smoke. It looks like a steam locomotive or an old Alco diesel. There is no way a
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-11/msg00009.html (11,142 bytes)

7. [CBQ] Re: CB&Q F7A 168A in scrap yard (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2008 19:38:19 -0600
Mike, The scene definitely appears to be Pielet Brothers. The INdiana Harbor Belt tracks which separated EMD's property from the scrap yard, are in the foreground. Pielet Brothers scrapped most EMD t
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-11/msg00101.html (11,805 bytes)

8. [CBQ] Re: Coal Chute and Water Tower Colors (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2008 10:59:13 -0500
Jonathan, My recollection of the water tower at Downers Grove from more than 50 years ago was that the tower was painted all oxide red; no green trim. The same was true of the turntable and the coal
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-10/msg00095.html (12,311 bytes)

9. [CBQ] Re:Hudson (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2008 23:40:57 -0500
Charlie, Do you know what the time frame for this event was or what the circumstances were? Bill Barber [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] -- Yahoo! Groups Links <*> To visit your
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-09/msg00099.html (10,194 bytes)

10. [CBQ] Re: Hudson (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2008 08:41:15 -0500
Charlie, The first NYC J1s were built in 1927 by American Locomotive Works. Q's, of course, were built in 1930. It is my understanding that the Q hudsons were based primarily on the heavy USRA pacifi
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-09/msg00111.html (10,393 bytes)

11. [CBQ] Re: Why didn't Silver Inn and Silver Manor go to Amtrak? (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2008 09:12:00 -0500
Stephen, Possibly Amtrak, in their original car selection, didn't want any Q cars because all of the post 1946 cars were built to the million pound buff load specification while most if not all other
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-07/msg00035.html (12,672 bytes)

12. [CBQ] Re: scratchbuilt O2A Mike update. (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 5 Jul 2008 09:19:36 -0500
John, What a beautiful job! The model is outstanding. It really exhibits the unique look of an O2A mike. It is also a great prototype to model as, I am certain, there are very few models of that grou
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-07/msg00045.html (10,606 bytes)

13. [CBQ] Re: Q Horns (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 20:27:32 -0500
Steve, Over the years, EMD used several horns as the "basic" on the different locomotive models. In the early years up into the early 1950s, single chime horns were the "basic" specification. On swit
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-07/msg00083.html (13,282 bytes)

14. [CBQ] Re: E7 airfilter doors (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2008 18:28:20 -0500
John, The air compressors were direct drive from each engine. They were located in line with the engine crankshaft as were most EMD locomotives until recently when they went to electric air compresso
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-07/msg00123.html (13,417 bytes)

15. [CBQ] Re: Amtrak on the C&I (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2008 20:46:58 -0500
Charlie, I thought Berghoff's closed up several years ago. Bill Barber [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] -- Yahoo! Groups Links <*> To visit your group on the web, go to: http://g
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-06/msg00089.html (10,054 bytes)

16. [CBQ] Re: Car Bodies (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 17:28:00 -0500
Actually, the carbody at Downers Grove was a Coach no. 5576, built by Pullman in June, 1892 according to Bill Glick's "Burlington Passenger Car Roster" book, p. 80. The car was probably placed there
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-05/msg00077.html (10,634 bytes)

17. [CBQ] painted or not?? (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 11:22:06 -0500
John, In later years, at least, Lines East locomotives had the rods painted whiles Lines West assigned locomotives generally had the the rods polished or plain steel. Yes, modern rules would say that
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-03/msg00093.html (12,070 bytes)

18. [CBQ] Re: Mark Twain Zephyr on the move (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 2 Feb 2008 10:51:43 -0600
Listers, This message apparently did not go through when I first sent it. Is the engine and generator still in the power unit of the Mark Twain Zephyr? If not, when and where was it removed? Years ag
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-02/msg00006.html (13,277 bytes)

19. [CBQ] Re: Message Error (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 2 Feb 2008 11:00:23 -0600
Sorry about that, Group. I found my original message after I sent the second one. I didn't look far enough in the files. I had sent the original message on 1/27/08, but it didn't get posted until 1/3
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-02/msg00007.html (9,534 bytes)

20. [CBQ] Re: Lettering on E & F Units (score: 1)
Author: William Barber <clipperw@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 13:08:29 -0600
Jim, Every EMD locomotive was delivered with a builder's plate. There were no exceptions. I believe all other manufacturers did the same thing. The EMD plate evolved over the years in design and styl
/archives/BRHSLIST/2008-02/msg00017.html (12,485 bytes)


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