Discussion in 'MOW Equipment' started by William Jackson, Sep 27, 2017.
Nice photo of a MOW Caboose
Great shot! Thanks for sharing that.
Great picture William.
Great photo, Bill!!! I've been looking for a photo of a caboose that is unique for a undecorated caboose that I have. Your photo is perfect for the project. The windows are different but "Rule 1" will take care of that.
Thanks for sharing.
What about that crane in the background? The boom looks similar to the Walthers crane. Wish I could see that crane.
I am hoping he has a big stash of these MOW pics he is going to spring on us!!!!
Yeah, Bill - we know ya got 'em stashed somewhere! Thanks for posting!
Fabulous! Keep them coming, please!
Tom, I'd guess it's 99025 - the derrick assigned to Memphis per Dr. Mike Condren's notes, but that's just a guess:
Mike's photos don't include 99025, but I'd suspect it's very similar to 99021 and 99022 which are included.
Chris, the links you posted above gives an error message.
The Caboose 33 was assignened to the Memphis wrecker.
Karl, thanks for the confirmation; that provides the missing link. Joe, I'm not sure what's up with the links. I'm able to access the links via multiple machines at two different locations?
Links don't work for me either.
Well, if that don't beat...I can't access them now, either. I think I was accessing it today because it was cached? Can't get any of his other pages/links to work. Maybe this weekend I can figure it out.
The boom , which appears behind the caboose does not belong to the Memphis wrecker. It appears to belong to one of the +/- 25 ton Brownhoists.
I am looking for more photo's, but the Memphis photo was not mine. I bought that one somewhere.
Not sure where this came from, neat photo anyway.
I did work under these quite often, gives you a creepy feeling,
William ... Two very nice sharp, clear photos!
Bill, were those used mainly just for rerailing after a wreck? Did they have any type of outriggers?
Any yellow truck pics in your stash?
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