Cinder Sniffers - Steaming Bays

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Cinder Sniffers - Steaming Bays

Post by Builder01 » Thu Oct 10, 2019 5:16 am

Does anyone know if compressed air is available at steaming bays at the Cinder Sniffers track? I will be visiting there with my steamer. The contact person said he was not sure, as his locomotive is electric! I thought someone on this forum might know what facilities are available at the steaming bays.

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Re: Cinder Sniffers - Steaming Bays

Post by Builder01 » Sat Oct 12, 2019 8:08 pm

Now, after the fact, yes, they absolutely have compressed air available at the steaming bays. There is a singe hose that is very long. I did not even need to break out any of my hoses.

It is interesting that no steam person from the Cinder Sniffers club is on this forum, and, that no one on this forum has knowledge of the steaming bays there. I am not sure what to attribute this to.

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Re: Cinder Sniffers - Steaming Bays

Post by Kimball McGinley » Tue Oct 15, 2019 3:06 pm

You might have gotten more replies on the "Steam" forum. This forum was created for "non-steam" posts...

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Re: Cinder Sniffers - Steaming Bays

Post by Builder01 » Tue Oct 15, 2019 3:11 pm

I guess I am not sure which forum my question has ended up on! I thought this was the Live Steam & Riding Scale Railroading forum. Sorry about that.

David

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