HOW DID OUR VOLUNTEERS GET
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Our volunteer workers have put in countless hours to restore our artifacts that time and neglect have ravaged. Yet our best labor of love alone cannot restore the 1364 locomotive, it requires resources. These resources have come from generous and benevolent donors in our community.
We were told that the 1364 could never be repaired. Yet this year we intend to fire the boiler up to full pressure of 200 psi.. We offer many thanks for you who have donated to make this happen. For a more technical explanation on how the 1364 was restored, click on 1364. To see the latest progress click here.
Generous donations helped us not only buy but transport the Spokane Club car. Now we need to paint the exterior and re-upholster the seats.
SNYDER SPEEDER FAIRMONT A 6
The speeder is nearing completion. All the rotten wood has been replaced and the metal parts have been refabricated and panted. When we complete rebuilding the engine it will be fully operational.
The frame has been painted, brakes and tires installed. Presently one member is doing the bodywork while another is rebuild the engine.