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Dynamo's at Coolspring Pennsylvania


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Old 06-14-2010, 12:13:31 PM
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Default Dynamo's at Coolspring Pennsylvania

In addition to the feature, ENGINES OF WARREN COUNTY, a side feature is old engines run dynamo's. A big collection will be at the Miller building plus others in the field. If you got em, bring em.
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I'm bringing a Crocker Wheeler Bi-polar - but it isn't mine anymore... The new owner (an active stakker!) will be taking posession at the show...
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Just exactly what is the Coolspring show?
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Now what is the difference between an engine driven dynamo and a lightplant? Or is there a difference? Thanks, Tim
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Default Re: Dynamo's at Coolspring Pennsylvania

Tim; If I were to define the two , I would say that I can run any dynamo/generator with any engine , taking into account size and R.P.M. A lightplant is an engine-generator outfit made by a company , sold for that purpose as a complete unit. Ron
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Default Re: Dynamo's at Coolspring Pennsylvania

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Just exactly what is the Coolspring show?
Read here: http://www.coolspringpowermuseum.org/index.htm
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