5 edition of The Willamette locomotive found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 179) and index.
|Statement||Steve Hauff and Jim Gertz.|
|LC Classifications||TJ603.2 .H38 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||97027760|
MISSOULA, Mont. – A small museum in Montana is raising money to restore the oldest surviving Willamette locomotive in existence. Anaconda Co. No. 7, a three-truck Willamette built-in , has been on display outside of the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula since the :// Kramer Adams; The Willamette Locomotive. By Steve Hauff and Jim Gertz. (Portland: Binford & Mort, x + pp. Illustrations, maps, diagrams, rosters,
BOOK The WILLAMETTE LOCOMOTIVE Steve Hauff & Jim Gertz OSO Revised E. Atlas Two-Truck Shay Crown Willamette Paper Company #1 New In Box. N Scale Logging Shay Locomotive Crown Willamette Paper Co. C.W.P. Atlas. Ho Brass 3 Truck Willamette North West Short Line :// The Willamette Locomotive is rare in that there are only 6 What You’ll Discover Down the Lake Siskiyou Trail in CA Northern California boasts a nearly endless list of spectacular hiking trails, and you’ll find some of the best near our train-themed resort in Dunsmuir, CA!
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Out of 5 stars The best and only book on the Willamette geared locomotive. Reviewed in the United States on November 7, The Willamettes were the only geared locomotives produced in the Northwest and designed specifically for Northwest logging.
This book gives an excellant history of the development of the Willamette steam › Books › History › Americas. The Willamette Locomotive book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for :// The Willamette locomotive.
This book is the story of the only mass-produced geared locomotive constructed on the West Coast. For a brief time, it was a serious rival to the Shays produced by the Lima Locomotive Works because it had features specially designed for logging in the Pacific Northwest.
The author provides complete historical and Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hauff, Steve. Willamette locomotive.
Portland, Or.: Binford & Mort, (OCoLC) Document Type: When I read Michael Koch’s book, “The Shay Locomotive – Titan of the Timber” I remember there was a short chapter on the Willamette Locomotive in a long book about the 2, Shays built by Lima. This book, which I recently acquired, is solely about the 33 geared Willamette locomotives that were built by the Willamette Iron and Steel Works in Portland, Oregon between and Railroad Logging - The Willamette Locomotive Book Steve Hauff - Jim Gertz Condition is Used.
Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Shipping and handling. This item will ship to United States, but the seller has not specified shipping :// THE WILLAMETTE LOCOMOTIVE - The only mass-produced geared locomotive constructed on the West Coast - First Edition by Steve Hauff and Jim Gertz -- 8 3/4" x 11 1/4" - page hardcover.
Contents as shown - The story of the Willamette Iron and Steel Works of Portland, Oregon, The Willamette locomotive book during the 's, constructed "Shay-type" locomotives for One of the best features on the grounds at Railroad Park Resort is the rare and unique Willamette Steam Locomotive.
The Willamette Locomotive is rare in that there are only 6 remaining (out of 33 manufactured in total). Railroad Park Resort’s locomotive is unique because it is the only “Sport Model” (windowless cab) left in existence :// Construction: The Willamettes (pronounced Wil-LAM-it) or "Willies" as enthusiasts refer to them, are of the Shay "type" of geared manufacturer, Willamette Iron and Steel Works, built the locomotives along the Shay lines because of the latter's success, but utilized as standard equipment, the features or options most in demand by their potential customers, the west coast The book on the Willamette, mentioned previously, is a good place to start to get an idea of the locomotive.
It was an improvement on the Shay offered at the time, and ultimately forced Lima to retool and introduce the Pacific Coast Shay to better compete with the Willamette. Heisler responded eventually with the West Coast Special ?t= Willamette Locomotive no.
7, on static display at the Fort Missoula Museum. Cylinder detail of a Williamette locomotive. The Willamette locomotive was a geared steam locomotive of the Shay locomotive type, built by the Willamette Iron and Steel Works of Portland, key patents on the Shay locomotive had expired, it was possible for other manufacturers to produce Shay "clones".
About this Item: Binford & Mort, Portland, OR, Hardcover. First edition, first printing. Signed by Hauff and Gertz on the title page. A record of the geared steam locomotive that Willamette Iron and Steel Works of Portland, OR, built - its shortcomings and advances, its failures and successes.
pages with photographs of every Willamette produced with data, comparison data with the The Willamette Locomotive | Hauff, Steve, Gertz, Jim | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch :// Willamette Iron & Steel offered three "shay type" locomotive models: 50 ton, 2- truck, 11" diameter cylinders, with 13" stroke.; 70 ton, 3-truck, 12" diameter cylinders, with 15" stroke.
; 75 ton. 3-truck, 12½" diameter cylinders, with 15" stroke.; Construction Number 21 was built as a model for the Anderson-Middleton Lumber Company in Cottage Grove “There’s enough material to write a book about her.” Engine #7 is the oldest known surviving Willamette locomotive in the nation and has the only example of a distinctive smokestack.
The large conical Radley Hunter Stack was considered the crown jewel of spark :// About this Item: Binford & Mort, Portland, OR, Hardcover. First edition, first printing.
A record of the geared steam locomotive that Willamette Iron and Steel Works of Portland, OR, built - its shortcomings and advances, its failures and successes. pages with photographs of every Willamette produced with data, comparison data with the Shay, diagrams, and owner's :// The Willamette was not significant because of the originality of its design.
Similar to, and often called a copy of the Shay, its refinements forced its competitor to improve its own product. This book is an excellent record of the geared locomotive that Willamette built – its shortcomings and advances, its failures and :// Shay Geared Locomotive Engine & Parts Catalog ~ by Lima Locomotive Works Shay Geared Locomotive Engine & Parts Catalog "This book consists of a replica of two vintage catalogs from the Lima Locomotive Works.
The first shows Lima's line of Shay locomotives circa The second is a spare parts catalog with maintenance The geared locomotive is important in the history of logging.
It mechanized the transport of logs from forest to mill. The Willamette is but a footnote with only 33 ever built. Its impact belies the small number; it brought innovations later copied by the big players: Shay and Heisler.
A useful & worthy contribution to the history of rail and › Books › Transportation › Railroads. Used Book. Description; Customer Reviews; Steve Hauff and Jim Getz pages hardcover - 1st Edition.
This is a look at the Willamette Geared Shay Type Locomotive. Includes a look at other geared locos (including Shay, Climax, Dunkirk, Heisler, Baldwin and others), a look at Willamette Iron and Steel Works, the Willamette Geared Loco's design.
This geared locomotive was built by the Willamette Iron and Steel Works in Portland, OR, in It is the seventh built and oldest survivor of thirty-three outshopped by the company between andknown as “Willamettes”.
Willamette Iron Works was established in specialising in the manufacture of steamboat boilers and The last locomotive named was an SD, named the Salem. An EMD high-traction modification to an SD40, it was a one-off and something of a dog, and later shipped elsewhere.
After that they quit naming :// The Willamette Iron and Steel Works in Portland, OR, built this geared locomotive as # in for the Long-Bell Lumber Co., in Ryderwood, WA. It was sold to Rayonier, Inc., in Renumbered #4 it worked at Hoko Camp, WA.
InRayonier donated the locomotive to the City of Port Angeles,