glass insulators

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glass insulators

Postby dummy » Sat Apr 26, 2008 1:43 pm

just wondering what type of insulators are common in pennsylvania along the tracks.
can usually be found along the CSX mainline between cp382 and cp393 watching,videotaping or just photograghing trains with my wife and 6 year old son.
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Re: glass insulators

Postby NYC3001 » Mon Sep 22, 2008 8:09 pm

The one I have from the PRR, is a Hemingray 42 (15E) clear color. This insulator came off the Detroit-to-Toledo mainline, north of Carleton, MI. The other one I have from the Wabash Railroad, is a Hemingray 42, but is green in color.

If you're looking for information on Hemingray Glass Insulators, here is a great Web site that covers the history of this company:

http://www.hemingray.info/index.html

Sincerely,

Ron
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