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2015 Photos by Jerry Britton
IMG 0192 Conversion "car" that adapts coupler height between standard locomotive/cars and lower plant internal cars. IMG 0193
IMG 0194 IMG 0195
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P1010010 The building just railroad-east of Yeager No. 2. It was present in the 1950s but its use was unknown. P1010011
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P1010032 Looking railroad-east, the tan building is approximately where Yeager No. 2 was located. P1010720
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P1010726 P1010727
P1010728 P1010729
   
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Circa 2010 Photos by Jerry Britton

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P1010680 I walked the north bank of Kish Creek photographing Standard Steel, starting at Freedom Avenue and working upstream.  P1010681
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P1010684  P1010685
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P1010692 Kovalchik Salvage. P1010693
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P1010698  P1010699
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P1010710 P1010711
Contemporary Photos  
railroad axles railroad axles pre milling
railroad axles stacked