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4/1/2004 12:26 PM = &n= bsp; Duane Danielson &nbs= p; = Does anyone have information on whatev= er happened to the Ogle Construction Co. that built the metal coaling towers = at locations such as Koldok ND, Paridise MT, Whitecliff MT. etc.?
They were still in existance in 1958 -=
4/2/2004 9:14 PM =
ane: I'm trying to compile info on fac=
4/5/2004 3:48 PM =
Frissell I've taken the
liberty to open Bill K's Paradise folder and p=
jpeg scan of a poor postcard print that I have. The postcard is undated and unattributed, but the brief caption on the reverse
identifies it as the NP Ry's coal dock at
PS-- In the same batch of postcards (local productions I think) I =
collected a shot of a small cabless electric c=
in use on the
4/5/2004 3:53 PM =
Frissell In my previous
message I paraphrased the postcard caption and it may have sounded like
i assume that this photo depicts a coaling dock for
servicing NP engines. However, it is not immediately apparent from the ima=
that it served that purpose. Anybody know?
4/5/2004 5:52 PM = &n= bsp; Martin A. Johnson = &n= bsp; I have a good RPPC from the Dave Carlson Collection taken from top of this C= oal dock looking down the ramp. = Showing Steel water tower to left, Tie Plant along right, and= Howe Truss Bridge over river off in the distance. Unused so no date on card. Also similar view of Whitehall, M= T.
4/5/2004 9:19 PM = &n= bsp; Verne Alexander = &n= bsp; It is a standard plan NP coal dock--looks just like the one at Parkwater.
4/6/2004 10:54 AM = <= /span>Chris Frissell I relocated the original postcard, and the inscription includes the additional information= that the wooden dock shown was dismantled in 1937-38.
Complied by Gary Tarbox