Moderator: Otto Vondrak
The port plans on moving to the next phase of development by May 1Well, since May 1, 2022 has come and gone several weeks ago, I am guessing things are still quiet on the salvage (er, preservation) front. I am also thinking things will probably move somewhat fast (in relative terms, of course) when the power company (and the state) say time to go. I remain skeptical anything much is going to happen that posters in this thread will like (as to me, after seeing the sorry state of the equipment in that Urban Ex video I posted several pages back, I still believe much remains a lost cause (and not a particularly noble one - most of that junk should be prepped for its farewell trip out in salvage dumpsters) As for the T motor, it seems no others have been preserved, so perhaps concentrate on spending the limited money on that one, while apparently there are 2 other preserved S motors around so...eh, you can't save everything).
Littlefoot14 wrote: ↑Wed May 25, 2022 7:06 pm The locomotives are no longer in the woods, the land around them is completely clear cut, and a very obvious effort has been made to make access for heavy equipment right next to the locomotives. When someone tells me it’s okay to post photographs I will, either a moderator or someone that is working on this project, but for now I don’t want there to be any chance what so ever of me ruining anything with these.What's there to ruin?