Steam Locomotive Restoration - Help Wanted

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Steam Locomotive Restoration - Help Wanted

Postby Jeff Smith » Wed Oct 03, 2012 10:40 am

Subject: Steam projects

From: Matt Green <steamprojects@live.com> (Add as Preferred Sender)

Date: Wed, Oct 03, 2012 6:02 am
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Dear Jeff,

I am looking for an expert in steam locomotives that can help us as consultant in the restoration of different steam locomotives. We were thinking about someone retired.
We are managing some projects in Southamerica and we will be glad if you could recommend us some people. If you have someone in mind please feel free to contact me or to send the CVs direct at this Email.

Thanks for your help,

Matt
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Re: Steam Locomotive Restoration - Help Wanted

Postby Steffen » Tue Oct 16, 2012 3:11 pm

Hello,
why not asking the Interlok experts in Poland?
Why not getting in contact with the specialists in the Germany Railways Locomotive shop in Meiningen?
Why not calling the restaurantion team at the locomotive shed in Krefeld?
Why not asking the volks of the German railroad museum at Darmstadt-Kranichstein?

All are experts in their task and have plenty of experience in steam locomotive restoration and locomotive maintenance...
Allways keep two-thrid level in gauge and a well set fire, that's how the engineer likes a fireman
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