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Am American Bridge Co. 1913 Turntable in 1.6 Scale by Ron Peisker

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Ron sent me this DVD and I converted and uploaded it to YouTube for you guys.
If you have a DVD of your restoration project, please send it to me and I will upload it for the members to see an enjoy.


[video=youtube_share;cu7Cou5zVi0]http://youtu.be/cu7Cou5zVi0[/video]
 

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That looks like a ton of labour into that project. Those old guys must be in good shape to do that kind of work.
 

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that was kewl
he put a lot of work and money into that project.
now it would be nice to see the little train running down the tracks.
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The town I live in is named after America Bridge Co., Ambridge, Pa. I was looking at all the abounded building driving by them today. Glad you are keeping some of your history. Chester
 
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