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- Fri Mar 21, 2014 10:52 pm
- Forum: AC&Y Diesel Roster
- Topic: Why did the AC&Y buy H20-44's?
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I was curious why the AC&Y bought the H20-44 to begin with? Then they bought two more later? The reason I bring this up is that the H16-44's continuous tractive effort (CTE) was 48600 lbs. and the H20-44's was 42800 lbs. CTE is what pulls the load, Horsepower pulls the same load a little faster....
Glad to see you have the NL&S modeled (your pictures didn't show this). How familiar are you with the Rimer area? Do you have a map of the area? I plan to model the NL&S facility in N scale but I have no pictures of the area or loading operation. In the room I have to use I thought modeling ...
Hi, I was reading the forum and Rimer jumped out at me. According to an AC&Y Track Chart National Lime & Stone had a smaller operation at Rimer (than the one at Carey). It was a two track loading operation with room for five cars north of the loader on each track (that info comes from a 1959...