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General discussion about locomotives, rolling stock, and equipment

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  by Rick A
 
Master pressure and master pilot gages #101 D
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  by Rick A
 
101 D
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  by Rick A
 
Master pressure and master pilot pressure gages #101 F
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  by Rick A
 
101 F
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  by Rick A
 
I picked up an Ashton wheel press recording gage on ebay. It needs a couple of parts but I think I can find them. 70 pounds!
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  by Rick A
 
part 2
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  by Rick A
 
I recently picked up this Spanish American War (1898) trade show giveaway. Check it out.
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  by Rick A
 
I recently picked up an Ashton Illuminated pressure gage, 14" diameter. It's missing the lighting fixture but looks like it might be an easy fix.
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  by Rick A
 
An old advert for the illuminated gage.
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  by Rick A
 
I recently found these full page adverts from old trade journals.
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  by Rick A
 
And one more.
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  by Rick A
 
Another old advert from the 1912 Practical Engineer
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  by Rick A
 
Another ebay acquisition. This is a celluloid bridge counter. It would have been handed out at expositions and trade shows. I don't know a thing about playing bridge, so maybe someone can fill me in about this one.
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