2 edition of Firing on the Pennsy found in the catalog.
Firing on the Pennsy
Paul C. Dietz
|Statement||Paul C. Dietz.|
|LC Classifications||TJ603.5.D463 A3 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||00136593|
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Equipment on the prototype, built in , was conservative and included a screw reverse (power reverse would soon be added), a small P tender holding only 7, US gallons (26, l) of water and 12½ tons of coal set up for hand firing, a wooden cowcatcher pilot, a square-cased, old-fashioned headlight and piston tailrods (soon to go).Builder: PRR Juniata Shops (), Baldwin Locomotive . Unfortunately, the Pennsy's old radar, installed two years earlier, wasn't up to the job. Before we could get a fix on a target, all was finished. The Japanese ships were gone before we could fire.
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Firing on the Pennsy: A Fireman on the Pennsylvania Railroad Describes the Last Hurrah of The Steam Engine Firing on the Pennsy: A Fireman on the Pennsylvania Railroad Describes the "Last Hurrah" of The Steam Engine Dietz, Paul C.: : Books/5(5).
Each entry in the books contained The reader is rewarded by Firing on the Pennsy, a rich description of the work of a fireman and the technology of the steam locomotive. What enabled Mr.
Dietz to create this remarkable record was the library of old time books that informed him of the details of each of his PRR working days more than half a century in the past/5. Firing on the Pennsy: A Fireman on the Pennsylvania Railroad Describes the Last Hurrah of The Steam Engine by Dietz, Paul C.
An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any Rating: % positive. Firing on the Pennsy A fireman on the Pennsylvania Railroad describes the last hurrah of the steam engine by Paul Dietz Soft Cover 97 Pages Paul Dietz is a retired life insurance agent with a very wide variety of Rating: % positive.
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Firing on the Pennsy is actually the title of retired insurance executive Paul C Dietz’s memoir, of railroading in the s. He was a fireman on the Pennsylvania Railroad frombased in Ohio and working mainly between Pittsburgh and the prairie Fort Wayne Division.
Dietz’s book is a mine. "Firing on the Pennsy" by Paul Deitz is a great book. I had the good opportunity to be in Crestline, Ohio at the Shunk Museum last year for the first "book signing" by Paul.
Deitz was invited by the Museum to visit his former "PRR stomping grounds" and to hold a book. By calling the service center at Report any separation from subsequent employment. By reopening your claim over the internet at or by calling the service center at Report any change in address, phone number, or email address.
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