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Folkstonguy, inoperable steam locomotives can sometimes have their bell holders greased and/or restored to have them move, many of which have this done museums around the country.
Posted by FolkstonGuy on December 9, 2008
I'm sorry if I sounded like a fool asking that question. I just ment what is the purpose of the ringing bell? I suppose I could have worded my question better the first time around. I suppose it's just for the passengers to make it seem more realistic.
Adam, you didn't fool me ! It wa a nice touch to hear her bell ring. but you can see she wasn't fired up no smoke out the stack and there's a cover on the stack becides. I agree with the one guy lets see you steam her up the next time. lol.
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