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Re: SteamRangers 900's
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- Subject: Re: SteamRangers 900's
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- Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2000 16:08:01 CST
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This is interesting news, but I cant say totally unexpected.
Who would be likely to buy these two locomotives for restoring to
operation?? It seems very unlikely that any of the other groups in South
Australia would be interested, so could we be looking at a Victorian group??
Most worrying, if Steamranger was offered a cheque by a scrap merchant,
would they stupid enough to accept it??
>Today I recieved a letter in the mail from Steamranger saying at the next
>meeting a vote and discussion will be held about selling the two 900's,
>907,909; both unservicable. It said that both were too heavy for their
>and it would cost an estimated $30,000 to get each unit running again.
>The two engines will be put up for tender if the approval is given.
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